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What is the Way of Getting Rid Of Norton?.

Norton is one of the renowned antivirus software and works well to remove the malware and viruses but if you have made the decision of uninstalling the Norton product from your system then you need to follow the certain steps. Follow one of the following methods that suit you.

First Method: Using Control Panel

Perform any one of the following tasks:

Power on your laptop or Computer, select the Start button and then click Control Panel.

In Windows 8, click on the Desktop and navigate to Apps. Select Control Panel option under Windows System.

In Windows 10, click Start and then select All Apps. Follow the same path as mentioned above.

Once this is done, do any of the following:

Windows XP: Locate Add or Remove Programs option and make double-click on it.

Windows Vista: Locate Programs and Features and make double-click on it.

Windows 7 & 8: Once you click Programs then click Programs and features.

Once the list of installed software is visible to you, do the following:

Windows XP: Select your Norton product and then click Change/Remove.

Windows Vista/7/8 or 10: Select the Norton product and click Uninstall/Change.

Follow the further instructions to complete the uninstallation.

Restart the computer after removing the product.

Second Method: using Start menu

Power on your laptop and hit the Start button.

Click Control Panel> All Programs/All Apps> Norton Security> Uninstall Norton Security.

Read everything and take the action that on what you see on the screen.

Follow the further instructions and when done, reboot the system.

So, this was the complete method of uninstalling the product. If there occurs a problem while following the steps or if there is confusion stuck in your mind, feel free to discuss with us over phone via toll-free Norton Support Phone Number 1-800-431-404. Our proficient engineers are always ready to help those users who encounter malware or virus related issues.