Avast Secure Browser protects online privacy and security. Its built-in HTTPS encrypts the connection to websites, and its Privacy Cleaner removes temporary files, cookies, and cache from your device. Furthermore, Avast Secure Browser incorporates efficient tab management features that let users easily switch between tabs open and reorder them or pin them for quicker access.
If you use a third-party app like CCleaner It’s easy to get rid of Avast Secure Browser. To make use of a third party uninstaller, start the program and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process. If you prefer, you can follow this article on how to remove programs in Windows for detailed instructions on the process of uninstalling.
Uninstalling Avast Secure Browser through the Control Panel is another option. Start the Windows Settings app, and then select “Apps and Features” from the sidebar. From the list of installed applications choose Avast Secure Browser and then click Uninstall. After that, click the “Yes” button on the prompt to confirm the removal.
When the uninstaller is done eliminating Avast Secure Browser, a pop-up window will pop up asking you if want to erase your browsing data. Click “Yes” to proceed. Then select “Also Remove Your Browsing History” and wait until the program has finished clearing the data off your computer. You can close the program once the process is completed. Check the local and roaming directories of your PC to see if you have any outdated Avast files.