AntiVirus Uninstaller Tools Pack: Uninstall antivirus and security software

If you are unable to uninstall your antivirus or security software via your Control Panel, you have the option of using the uninstallers released by the antivirus companies to uninstall their own security software. Alternatively you can also try AppRemover to uninstall your security software.

However, there is now also available a AntiVirus Uninstaller Tools Pack 2011 which includes official uninstallers released by the antivirus companies.

It is a free package of official utilities released by the respective companies, to remove various antivirus programs. The pack includes tools to remove over 30 antivirus, anti-spam, anti-spyware software and firewalls viz avast!, AVG, Avira, BitDefender, BullGuard, CA, Comodo, Dr Web, eScan, Eset, F-Prot, F-Secure, G Data, K7, Kaspersky, Max, Malwarebytes, McAfee, MSE, Norman, Norton, nProtect, Outpost, Panda, PC Tools, Prevx, QuickHeal, RadialPoint, SpamFighter, Sunbelt, SUPERAntiSpyware, Trend Micro, Vexira, Vipre, VirusBuster, Webroot, OneCare, Zondex and ZoneAlarm.

In the left panel click on English to select English language UI. Click on the software you want to uninstall and then click on OPEN. The folder containing its uninstaller will open. Run the tool to uninstall the program.

AntiVirus Uninstaller Tools Pack download

You can download it from its home page.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.


  1. Fred

    Only one problem. The link for the software is in Romanian and I don’t see anywhere to change the language. Needless to say I don’t read romanian or Cyrillic.

  2. Its in Russian. On the left side you see the option to select ‘English’. Click on English to get the English UI.

  3. iladelf

    Antivir finds this program to be a virus…prob. a false one, but here is the info:


    Have not idea whether it is or not…but since this program comes from a Russian website (Trojan horse?), I’m deleting the program and Zip file altogether.

  4. Brian Carr

    very good consolidated remover for security software well done.

  5. Brian Carr

    i have just run kaspersky on the program and its fine does not show any signs of a trojan or anything, its got hooks in it as all un-installing software has and this can cause false positive readings.

  6. Brian Carr


    Frequently Asked Questions:

    1. My antivirus finds a virus in the files.

    For programs of this type is quite normal, since they, for example, complete anti-virus processes, delete and unload the driver, etc. We regularly send messages about false alarms in the virus laboratory. Utilities are best kept in the archive and unpack the archive if necessary, to reduce the risk of false positives. Another advantage of the archive is that some utilities are removed after the launch itself, or leave trash (reports, temporary files). 2. By the utility does not provide instructions. How do I use it? If there are no instructions, then follow the general directions: 1) Close the program and disable its protection. 2) Remove the program from the “Control Panel” -> “Add or Remove Programs.” 3) Restart your computer. 4) Run the removal tool (in

  7. AqwAshlySmithpp

    In my view, an internet security product has to do two things, which often work against each other. It has to protect a PC or laptop from all kinds of malware, piumini monclair so it can be used for the everyday tasks a PC is asked to perform, without suffering from viruses, adware or other nasties which can compromise data held on it. It also has to do this without putting such a processing burden on the machine that it grinds to a halt.

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