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The latest version of Avast Free Antivirus 2017 includes many other components that are installed with Avast Antivirus. To name a few, it includes Avast SafeZone Browser, Avast SafePrice Extension for Internet browsers, and many others. These components are sometimes useful, but they are generally boring and of little importance. Moreover, it is not so easy to remove such components after installation because Avast has good control over the system. Well, we have been asked questions like How to permanently remove or uninstall such components, here we will share methods to permanently or completely remove Avast SafePrice Extension from any Internet browser including Firefox.
What is the Avast SafePrice browser extension?
Avast SafePrice is just a tool specially designed to save the maximum we spend on our online purchases. Every time you visit an online shopping site like Amazon or Ebay to buy a product, Avast SafePrice gives you the best option at the lowest possible price. For example, if you want to buy a smartphone available for $400 from Amazon, Avast will notify SafePrice via the toolbar when this product is available at a lower price on any other website. Isn’t that a good deal? Some may say that Avast will earn commissions on your purchase, so that’s obviously yes! But you will not pay this commission. The fact is that you get the same product at the best price and at the best price.
How to remove Avast SafePrice from Firefox:
Disable Avast SafePrice Extension
If you want to temporarily disable the Avast SafePrice extension, do the following:
- Click on the menu icon
- Click the Disable button next to the Avast SafePrice add-on module.
Delete SafePrice completely
1. Start the Avast Free Antivirus interface.
2. Then click on the menu icon in the upper right corner and select Settings.
3. go to the Components tab. On the right, go to the SafePrice Browser Extension and click on it.
4. Then click on the Uninstall Component link, then click OK.
5. Then restart your computer to apply the changes.
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