The default uninstallation procedure may not remove the registry files especially the ones that hide in the system files. Kaspersky, for example, is one such antivirus which needs a specific tool to get rid of the application once and for all. It removes the security office files, all versions of the PURE, its internet security and the password as well as all the accompanying drivers.
At the same time, you can also get rid of the scanning tools that comes with the application. Just like any other antivirus, the activation window is the entry point to access the files. The tool stops the procedure such that you have no option but to remove the entire package.
What can uninstall?
- Kaspersky Anti-Virus (all versions)
- Kaspersky Internet Security (all versions)
- Kaspersky Pure (all versions)
- Kaspersky Password Manager (all versions)
- Kaspersky Small Office Security
- AVP Tool driver
- Kaspersky Security Scan
Why remove the antivirus? If you have to update a newer version, you may have compatibility challenges which could be as a result of the incomplete uninstallation process.
This application comes in a portable version which means all you need is to run the executable files and then click uninstall for an automated function. Moreover, you can get the code from the images to help you in access.
Some of the deletion procedures must be removed as separate entities for the complete installation procedure.
This is the only tool licensed to run the uninstallation of the Kaspersky antivirus.
Kaspersky Antivirus Uninstall Utility (kavremover) is licensed as freeware for PC or laptop with Windows 32 bit and 64 bit operating system. It is in uninstallers category and is available to all software users as a free download.