How to Remove Mcafee Endpoint Encryption

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McAfee Endpoint Encryption provides data protection and access control for business and enterprise-based computers. Remove the Endpoint Encryption from your computer if you no longer have any use for the software or before upgrading to a newer version of the software. Windows includes a native uninstaller utility to help you manage the software programs installed upon your computer.


Step 1

Log in to Windows with an administrator account.

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Step 2

Click "Start," select "Control Panel" and click the "Programs" icons. Click the "Programs and Features" option.


Step 3

Select the "McAfee Endpoint Encryption" software in the list of programs and click the "Uninstall" button.


Step 4

Click "Next" in the Uninstaller window and click the "Remove All" button. A progress bar immediately opens, displaying the uninstall process.

Step 5

Restart your computer to save the changes to your system.



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