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May 28, 2018 11:34PM PDT

Is it OK to have 2 antivirus programs installed? I was instructed to download CCleaner before fixing a problem on my computer. I did not realize the Free Avast downloaded with it. I previously used Free Avast but now use Lifetime Vipre which automatically upgrades without additional cost.

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May 29, 2018 12:20AM PDT

Generally, it's recommended to have only one running. So if you're happy with Vipre, uninstall Avast.

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Always check what you click when you install
May 29, 2018 9:59AM PDT

free software. Alot of time you can stop it from installed by answering no to the questions it asks. I know if updating flash it trys to install McAfee scan.

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