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McAfee to Norton change.

Hi all……tried to find an answer but no success yet unfortunately!

I’m running OSX Catalina on a MacBook Pro….I’ve installed Norton successfully and all is fine except I have bits of McAfee left on my computer.

McAfee Reporter seems to be the main culprit….it says it is open but I can’t bring it up or find anyway of removing it.

There  may be other other residual folders and items that need taking out as well.

I still have the M logo on my top task bar……can’t get rid of that either…

any help or advice would be gratefully received….

Cheers, Paul

 

 

 

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Re: McAfee to Norton change.

"Uninstalling your McAfee software
If you want to uninstall your McAfee software, expand the section below and follow the steps.

Uninstall your McAfee software
      
  1. To make sure that related browser plug-ins are removed correctly, close your browsers (Safari and Chrome) before starting the removal.
  2. In the Dock, find and open the Applications folder.
  3. Double-click the McAfee Internet Security Uninstaller. NOTE: The name of the uninstaller might vary slightly, depending on the McAfee software you’ve installed.
  4. Click Continue.
  5. Type your administrator password and click OK.
  6. Click Finish."

etc, etc, etc.

McAfee KB - How to install, configure, uninstall McAfee software on macOS (TS101226)

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