About McAfee Internet Security Tools

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Learn more about using McAfee Internet Security tools and any complications that they may cause with your Internet experience. This guide will provide information about, and links to, tools which will help you resolve any complications that you might experience with McAfee Internet Security. We strongly recommend that you not use these tools without first consulting a Shaw technical support agent.

 

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McAfee Pre-Install Tool

You can use the McAfee Pre-Install Tool to help prepare your Windows computer to download and install McAfee Consumer products. you will have to verify that your computer meets the minimum requirements to use this tool.  More on How to prepare your Windows computer to download and install McAfee products.

 

Learn more about how to prepare your Windows computer to download and install McAfee products.

 

You can download the McAfee Pre-Install Tool directly from McAfee by clicking this link: McAfee Pre-Install Tool

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McAfee Product Removal Tools for Windows Vista, 7, 8, and newer

Learn how to remove McAfee by using the McAfee Consumer Product Removal tool (MCPR) to remove data completely for a McAfee Security product installation on a supported Windows operating system.

 

Learn more about how to remove McAfee products from a PC running Windows.

 

 

You can download the McAfee Product Removal Tool directly from McAfee by clicking this link: McAfee Product Removal Tool

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McAfee Stinger
McAfee Stinger is a standalone utility used to detect and remove specific viruses. It is not a substitute for full anti-virus protection, but a specialized tool to assist administrators and users when dealing with the infected system.
 
You can download the McAfee Stinger directly from McAfee by clicking this link: McAfee Stinger

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