How to Temporarily Disable McAfee Virus Protection?

The McAfee anti-virus application protects your PC from malicious software that tries to install itself without your information. Unluckily, it is able to get within the manner of legitimate programs you are trying to install, so that you may additionally need to briefly disable it on occasion. There may be a one-of-a-kind method of disabling the program depending on whether you are using the stand-by myself McAfee virus protection software or you have got the whole McAfee security center suite.

McAfee antivirus support phone number offered seven easy steps to Temporarily Disable McAfee Virus Protection. Follow steps given below.

STEP 1

Find the red “M” icon for the McAfee antivirus in the expanded system tray and double click on it.

STEP 2

Look for an option in pop-up menu that says either “Exit” or “Disable” and click on it.

STEP 3

Click “Yes” when asked if you are sure you want to disable the McAfee. Then double-click on the McAfee desktop icon or re-start the PC completely to enable the program again.

STEP 4

Again click on the red “M” icon in the system tray at the bottom-right corner of the desktop. Double click on it to open the Security Center program.

STEP 5

Then click on the “Advanced” tab and then choose the option labeled “Configure.”

STEP 6

Now click on “Files” button that on the top of the toolbar. Click to “Disable”.

STEP 7

Enter in a time for the program to automatically turn back on in the text field at the right or restart the PC to turn McAfee Security Center back on.

Still facing any technical problems, you can contact us to help & complain:-

McAfee Customer Support Team

Toll Free: +1 800 243 0051 (USA), 61-1800834697 (AUS), 44-8002605609 (UK)

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