Avast Secure Browser safeguards privacy online and security. Its built-in HTTPS encryption encrypts your connection to websites, and its Privacy Cleaner removes temporary cookies, files and caches from your device. Avast Secure Browser also includes tab management options that permit users to switch between tabs, reorder tabs, or pin them to enable quicker access.
Getting rid of Avast Secure Browser is easy by using a third-party software such as CCleaner. Install the third-party uninstaller and follow the instructions on the screen to complete the process. You can also refer to this article about how to uninstall Windows programs to get detailed instructions on the uninstalling procedure.
Uninstalling Avast Secure Browser using the Control Panel is another option. Open the Windows Settings app, and then select “Apps & Features” from the sidebar. From the list of installed apps you can select Avast Secure Browser and then select Uninstall. After that, click the “Yes” button at the prompt to confirm the removal.
After the uninstaller has finished removing Avast Secure Browser, a pop-up will ask you if want to delete your browsing data. To proceed to do this, click “Yes.” Then select the option “Also erase your browsing history” and then wait until the uninstaller clears all of the data it has on your computer. Once the process has been completed then you can close the window. Review the local and roaming directories on your system to determine if there are any old Avast files.