Avast free version is going to expire

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Hello,

My Avast free version warned it is going to expire. Now my question is can I use the free version again or I need to pay for it?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #120631

Avast free version is going to expire

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You were very likely to use the trial version and now it is going to expire. The issue is not a reason to worry. If you wish to delete the old software from your computer with the new software is set up before you. However, you will have some time to use Free Software. Thus, you can use the free version.

 

If you do not want to use the free version you can buy a version of the software license. You only need a certain amount of money will have to pay for purchase  license version.

 

I hope you already get your answer.

 

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Answered By 562985 points N/A #120632

Avast free version is going to expire

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After your free version has expired, I’m not sure if you can still install it back because normally, when an application has expired or the trial days are over, it cannot be reinstalled. I think this is because even if you uninstall the application, the vital information of the program like the original installation date are still left in the registry or in a part of the system making sure that installing it back after it has expired will not be possible.

If your Avast antivirus has expired, you can either purchase it or purchase a license code for it or use a different antivirus program for your computer. If you have no plan on buying a license code, install a different antivirus. You can try Norton Internet Security. It includes free 30 days of trial usage. Another one is the Kaspersky Total Security Multi-Device.

It supports Windows XP [Home or Professional] Service Pack 3, Windows Vista [Home Basic, Home Premium, Business, Enterprise, or Ultimate] Service Pack 1 or higher, Windows 7 [Starter, Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional, or Ultimate] Service Pack 1 or higher, Windows 8 [Professional or Enterprise], and Windows 8.1 [Professional or Enterprise]. You should also have Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 or higher.

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