Here you will learn to remove or uninstall any McAfee Consumer product from a computer running Windows. It can be done using the deletion instructions & the MCPR tool of McAfee. Please note that if your McAfee product came preinstalled on your computer then you can activate the subscription of McAfee antivirus before you choose to remove your product. It makes sure that you keep your right to access the license without having to purchase a new subscription. Follow the given below steps to remove using Windows:
- Click the link given below for your Windows version & you will reach Microsfot.com.
- If you have windows 10, click here
- If you are using Windows 8, 8.1, click here.
- In the case of Windows 7/Vista, click here.
Your McAfee products are no longer installed on your computer when the deletion method finishes. Your computer is no longer saved from viruses & malware when McAfee Software is deleted. Ensure that you reinstall the security software as soon as possible to recover security. In case, the standard Windows removal procedure fails, follow these:
- As mentioned in the starting only, you can download & run the MCPR tool i.e McAfee Consumer Product Removal tool.
- Once downloaded, double-click the MCPR.exe. file.
- If any security warning displays, click the Yes, Continue or Run button. This option varies depending on your version of Windows.
- Click the Next button at the McAfee Software Removal screen.
- Now, hit the Agree option to accept the EULA.
- Enter the characters exactly as displayed on your screen at the Security Validation screen.
- Please note that Validation is case-sensitive and input the characters exactly as displayed on your screen.
- Hit the Next button preventing the accidental use of MCPR.
When the process finishes, you will see Removal Complete or Cleanup Unsuccessful messages & click the one that you see and follow the on-screen steps. For further help, you can dial our helpline number. Connect to McAfee total protection Australia team, if you want to protect yourself from viruses, fake websites, iffy downloads & identity theft.