Quick Heal Internet Security
Quick Heal Internet Security is a Windows application. Read more about how to uninstall it from your PC. It is developed by A way to uninstall Quick Heal Internet Security from your systemQuick Heal Technologies Pvt. Ltd.
. Further information on Quick Heal Technologies Pvt. Ltd. can be found here
. Quick Heal Internet Security is commonly installed in the C:\Program Files\Quick Heal\Quick Heal Internet Security directory, subject to the user's decision. The entire uninstall command line for Quick Heal Internet Security is C:\Program Files\Quick Heal\Quick Heal Internet Security\Uninst.exe. The program's main executable file occupies 670.62 KB (686712 bytes) on disk and is titled quickup.exe.
The executables below are part of Quick Heal Internet Security. They occupy an average of 7.60 MB (7966945
bytes) on disk.
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- acappaa.exe (172.62 KB)
- ACTIVATE.EXE (454.98 KB)
- ASCLSRVC.EXE (156.48 KB)
- ASMAIN.EXE (327.98 KB)
- ASNTCLN.EXE (23.48 KB)
- CONTACT.EXE (195.98 KB)
- DA.EXE (50.04 KB)
- delnboot.exe (12.00 KB)
- EMLPROUI.EXE (42.98 KB)
- EMLPROXY.EXE (37.98 KB)
- FBSCH.EXE (72.98 KB)
- MACHINFO.EXE (1.55 MB)
- nativscn.exe (140.00 KB)
- ntclnsrv.exe (115.60 KB)
- ONLINENT.EXE (200.98 KB)
- ONLNSVC.EXE (314.98 KB)
- OPSSVC.EXE (30.98 KB)
- qhrscan.exe (147.10 KB)
- QUHLPSVC.EXE (107.48 KB)
- quickup.exe (670.62 KB)
- REMIND.EXE (65.98 KB)
- SAFEBRW.EXE (131.48 KB)
- SAPISSVC.EXE (248.98 KB)
- scanner.exe (407.98 KB)
- SCANWSCS.EXE (291.95 KB)
- ScSecSvc.exe (395.97 KB)
- SPCONF.EXE (44.48 KB)
- STRTUPAP.EXE (189.98 KB)
- UINSMAIN.EXE (66.98 KB)
- UINSMF64.EXE (43.98 KB)
- UNINST.EXE (222.48 KB)
- USBPRCTN.EXE (129.98 KB)
- USBSCN.EXE (133.98 KB)
- WSCLI.EXE (91.00 KB)
- wsgetcat.exe (28.91 KB)
- WSWOW.EXE (80.48 KB)
- KLL576D.exe (170.00 KB)
The information on this page is only about version 14.00
of Quick Heal Internet Security. You can find below info on other versions of Quick Heal Internet Security:
Some files and registry entries are regularly left behind when you remove Quick Heal Internet Security.Folders left behind when you uninstall Quick Heal Internet Security:
The files below were left behind on your disk by Quick Heal Internet Security when you uninstall it:
- C:\Program Files\Quick Heal\Quick Heal Internet Security
- C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Quick Heal Internet Security
- C:\Program Files\Quick Heal\Quick Heal Internet Security\00000001_index.bin
- C:\Program Files\Quick Heal\Quick Heal Internet Security\00000001_index.dat
- C:\Program Files\Quick Heal\Quick Heal Internet Security\00000015_index.bin
- C:\Program Files\Quick Heal\Quick Heal Internet Security\00000015_index.dat
Open regedit.exe in order to remove the following values:
- HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Quick Heal\Quick Heal Internet Security
- HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Quick Heal Internet Security
Quick Heal Internet Security is an application by Quick Heal Technologies Pvt. Ltd.. Frequently, people try to erase this program. Sometimes this is efortful because removing this manually takes some skill related to removing Windows applications by hand. One of the best QUICK action to erase Quick Heal Internet Security is to use Advanced Uninstaller PRO. Here is how to do this: A way to delete Quick Heal Internet Security from your PC with Advanced Uninstaller PRO
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- navigate to http://www.advanceduninstaller.com/download/
- download the program by pressing the DOWNLOAD button
- set up Advanced Uninstaller PRO
2. Start Advanced Uninstaller PRO. It's recommended to take your time to admire Advanced Uninstaller PRO's interface and wealth of functions available. Advanced Uninstaller PRO is a very useful Windows optimizer.
3. Press the General Tools category
4. Click on the Uninstall Programs tool
5. A list of the applications installed on your PC will appear
6. Navigate the list of applications until you locate Quick Heal Internet Security or simply click the Search feature and type in "Quick Heal Internet Security". If it is installed on your PC the Quick Heal Internet Security program will be found automatically. When you click Quick Heal Internet Security in the list of programs, the following information regarding the application is made available to you:
- Safety rating (in the lower left corner). This tells you the opinion other users have regarding Quick Heal Internet Security, from "Highly recommended" to "Very dangerous".
- Opinions by other users - Press the Read reviews button.
- Technical information regarding the app you wish to remove, by pressing the Properties button.
7. Press the Uninstall button. A confirmation dialog will come up. Confirm the removal by clicking the Uninstall button. Advanced Uninstaller PRO will uninstall Quick Heal Internet Security.
8. After uninstalling Quick Heal Internet Security, Advanced Uninstaller PRO will ask you to run an additional cleanup. Click Next to proceed with the cleanup. All the items of Quick Heal Internet Security which have been left behind will be detected and you will be able to delete them. By removing Quick Heal Internet Security using Advanced Uninstaller PRO, you can be sure that no registry items, files or directories are left behind on your disk.
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The text above is not a piece of advice to uninstall Quick Heal Internet Security by Quick Heal Technologies Pvt. Ltd. from your computer, we are not saying that Quick Heal Internet Security by Quick Heal Technologies Pvt. Ltd. is not a good application for your computer. This text simply contains detailed instructions on how to uninstall Quick Heal Internet Security in case you want to. The information above contains registry and disk entries that other software left behind and Advanced Uninstaller PRO stumbled upon and classified as "leftovers" on other users' computers.
Last update on: 2016-06-28 11:06:51.937