Avast Secure Browser is a web-based browser which protects users’ privacy and online security. Its built-in HTTPS encryption creates a secure connection with websites, and its Privacy Cleaner removes cache, cookies, and other temporary files from the device to maintain privacy. Avast Secure Browser also includes tab management tools that allows users to switch between tabs open, reorder them or pin them for quicker access.
Using a third-party application like CCleaner It’s easy to get rid of Avast Secure Browser. To use a third-party uninstaller, launch the program and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the process. You can also read this article about how to uninstall Windows programs for more detailed instructions on how check to uninstall them.
You can also deinstall Avast Secure browser by using the Control Panel. To do that, open the Windows Settings app and select “Apps and features” in the sidebar. From the list of apps installed, select Avast Secure Browser and then click Uninstall. Click “Yes” at the prompt afterward to confirm the removal.
After the uninstaller has finished eliminating Avast Secure Browser, a pop-up window will ask you if you would like to erase your browsing history. Click “Yes” to proceed. Select “Also Delete Your Browsing History” and wait until the uninstaller has finished deleting the data on your computer. Once the process is complete it is time to close the window. In addition, you must examine the local and roaming folders on your PC for any obsolete Avast files.