Keeping your computer secure is of umpteen importance in today’s connected world. Kaspersky does precisely that by providing a full-fledged security cover for your PC.
On the purchase, many users get licensed Kaspersky pre-installed as a part of the must-have softwares package.
Windows 10, on the other hand, has a security cover of their own. The windows security suite, backed by real-time Internet scanning, does a fabulous job protecting the Windows PC.
As a result, you might want to uninstall Kaspersky internet security from your Windows 10 PC.
Solution #1 — Using Settings
This method works when password protection is not enabled, and therefore you can install without any hiccup.
1. Head to the Start search and type add or remove the program. Press enter as the first result appears.
2. Now Apps & features window will appear on the screen. Type in Kaspersky, and the installed applications will appear.
3. Click on the uninstall button right below the program’s name. The uninstallation wizard will appear on the screen.
4. When you click on the Next button, the saving object section will appear. You can check the boxes that say operation settings of the application.
It will keep a backup of the settings if you ever feel the need to install Kaspersky again.
5. Click on next, and the final remove button will be displayed. Click on it, and the Kaspersky will be uninstalled from your Windows 10 PC.
Solution #2 — With Password protection
When you have password protection enabled, it will prompt a password as you try to uninstall Kaspersky antivirus/Internet security.
It can be enabled from the interface of the general settings menu.
1. Follow till step#3 of the previous solution, and then the password prompt will appear on the screen.
2. Type in the password which you entered while setting up password protection.
3. As you get in the uninstaller, another password prompt will appear after clicking on the Next button.
Enter the same password you entered earlier. Once you are past that, it is the same process as we did in the earlier solution.
Uninstalling Kaspersky on Windows 10 is as easy as it should be. The default Windows Security offered with Windows 10 has grown leaps from its predecessors. It’s agile, swift, and keeps things in order without going heavy on your computer’s resources.