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AppRemover is a free utility developed by OPSWAT that effectively removes unwanted applications. This free utility enables thorough uninstallation of Antivirus, Antispyware, Firewall, Security suites and public file sharing applications from your computer.

Once downloaded, simply double-click the AppRemover icon. The program will detect and allow you to easily choose which application to uninstall from your computer. It fully supports the uninstallation of hundreds applications. The following support chart is updated with each new release.

The chart lists two different types of supported applications. One set has been verified by OPSWAT Labs testing. In addition, AppRemover may be able to successfully remove other security applications on your system. However, these are not guaranteed.

The other set lists applications that have been reported as supported by the hundreds of thousands of users that have previously downloaded AppRemover.

Use AppRemover:

  • When replacing one security application with another
  • When competing security applications tie up your computer
  • When the application’s built-in uninstall process fails
  • When you want to remove public file sharing applications


  • Effective removal
  • No installation required
  • Support for avast, McAfee, Symantec, ESET, AVG, Avira, Trend Micro and many others!
  • Free and simple to use

Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10.

Changes in AppRemover

* Added support for [Check Point, Inc] ZoneAlarm Antivirus + Firewall 14.x
* Added support for [Check Point, Inc] ZoneAlarm Extreme Security 14.x
* Added support for [GData Software AG] G Data Total Security 25.x
* Added support for [Panda Software] Panda Endpoint Protection 7.x
* Enhanced support for [Comodo Group] COMODO Firewall 8.x
* Enhanced support for [GData Software AG] G Data InternetSecurity 25.x

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Size: 11.5 MB

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Kind of a dumb program, if you ask me.


I agree with you, journey


I like GeekUninstaller (free version).