Summary: When you uninstall Avast apps on Mac, it is possible to leave some Avast junk files behind. Here will introduce how to completely remove Avast apps from Mac. Follow the steps below to get rid of Avast apps and the associated files.

Avast is famous for its antivirus software that is designed to protect your Mac computer against viruses, spyware, Trojans and more. It also offers Avast Passwords, Avast Cleanup, Avast VPN to improve the security and performance on Mac. 

However, Avast apps don't always work as expected and even worse, they messed up your Mac and make you regret installing them on your Mac. 

If you find that Avast apps can't live up to your expectations, here's how to completely uninstall Avast apps on Mac.


Completely Uninstall All Avast Apps on Mac 

Uninstalling an app on Mac is quite easy. You can drag and drop the icon to the trash bin or remove it from Launchpad. However, these methods may leave some associated files behind. So you may need a third-party app uninstaller to help permanently delete your Avast apps. 


FonePaw MacMaster is a professional and powerful app uninstalling utility. It allows you to uninstall Avast apps and files relating to the app on your Mac completely and safely, including Avast Passwords, Avast Cleanup, Avast Security and Avast Antivirus. So there is no Avast junk file remaining on your Mac afterwards. With MacMaster, you can remove the Avast apps permanently from Mac in several clicks. 

1 Run FonePaw MacMaster and move to the Uninstaller option 

2Scan the apps and then select the unwanted Avast apps 

3Click the Clean button to delete the application and trace files from your Mac 

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Uninstall Avast Passwords from Mac

Avast Passwords is Avast's password and data managing service used to protect your sensitive information. It can help you quickly fill in web forms and access your online account. What's more, it can also sync data across devices with your Avast account. 


If you think it doesn't make sense to use Avast Passwords and want to delete the application from your Mac, the instructions below can help you.


1If you installed Avast Passwords via App Store: 

Open Finder on the Mac Dock, go to the Application folder, find Avast Passwords, then drag and drop the application icon to the trash bin. Right-click the Trash, select Empty Trash to delete the app.

Move Avast Passwords To Trash

2If you installed Avast Passwords via others: 

Step 1Launch the Avast Passwords application on your Mac 

Step 2Click Help in the upper-left corner of the screen 

Uninstall Avast

Step 3Click Uninstall and enter your account name and password if necessary, hit OK 

Enter Account Password To Remove Avast Passwords

Step 4Click Quit when the uninstallation is finished 

Uninstall Avast Cleanup on Mac

Avast Cleanup can scan several areas of your hard drive and find unnecessary files that can be deleted to save more space on your Mac. But if you didn't purchase a subscription, it will not clean your programs. 


To uninstall Avast Cleanup, open Avast Cleanup app on your Mac, then click Help and Uninstall. Follow the on-screen instructions to delete the Avast app.


Uninstall Avast Security/Antivirus on Mac 

Instead of trashing the Avast Security/Antivirus from the Application folder, follow the below instructions to permanently remove application files. 

Solution 1: Uninstall Avast Security via the menu bar 


1Open Avast Security app on your Mac, click on Avast Security in the menu bar, select Uninstall Avast 

Uninstall Avast Mac Security

2Click Uninstall

3Select additional protection products, then click Continue to uninstall

Continue To Remove Avast Security

4Enter your administrator account and password to confirm the change, click OK 

5Click Quit 


Solution 2: Uninstall Avast Security via setup file 


Download Avast Security for Mac setup file on your Mac, then double-click the file avast-security-online.dmg and choose Uninstall Avast. Click Uninstall and select Avast Security to uninstall it. 


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