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“I installed free AVG antivirus awhile ago but I want to remove it and try a different antivirus program. How do I remove AVG antivirus from my Windows 10 computer?

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My AVG 2015 has started giving issues as of 8/23/15 as whenever I ran the Update now button it would come back stating: Update failed, Update has detected running installation. From what I have noticed that the windows installer in my current OS (Windows 10 Pro) is currently greyed out and is currently set to manual.If you’re using the new Start menu, the icon is in the Start menu.) This opens the Computer Management utility.Select Services, right click on Windows Installer in the list and select Properties. In the Properties dialog, change Startup type to “Disabled”, click OK, and reboot your computer. After your computer reboots, again open Computer Management (right-click on Computer and select Manage), open Windows Installer Properties, and change the Startup type back to Manual.Solution #2 - Apply the following hotfix Microsoft recommends applying a hotfix that addresses this issue.See: The profile for the user is a temporary profile" error when you install a MSI package in Windows Warning!Another installation is in progress, please try again later.

This error can occur if an Office install, update or uninstall was running before you tried to install Office.

When that’s complete (takes around 5 min) restart your Windows 10 PC. Now we need to repeat the same steps to remove AVG Zen.

Find the other AVG program and click on it, click ‘Uninstall’. The AVG window will appear, you’ll have the choice to Repair or Uninstall. AVG anti-virus should now be removed from your Windows 10 computer.

This Error indicates that the Windows Installer Service is currently being utilized for another installation or update at this time.

Alongside other program's Installations, Windows Updates can also occupy the Windows Installer service and will thus need to complete prior to running another installation.

Check for an Office icon in the Windows system tray and click it to check the install progress.