Hi, can someone tell me how to add subscriptions via one email address to an existing account under a different email address? The MyAccount page recognises that this may be necessary and directs me to the general customer support area where I can see no way of arranging this.
Hi Andrew. Thank you for reaching us here. Do you need help to update your registered email address with AVG? Since it is not recommended to exchange your account details here, please consider reaching our customer care (https://support.avg.com/support_sales_chat?l=en) for help.
This notification pops up every single day! I am not renewing it, and I'm sick of receiving this god damn notification... How can I make it stop!? It's pissing me off! Also, I've already browsed through the settings and have all possible notification settings turned off.
This isn't the expected behavior. We request you to refer this article and follow the steps as mentioned under 'Undo actions performed by AVG TuneUp' topic. If that doesn't help, open AVG TuneUp program window and click on "Speed Up" component. Click Show below Background & startup programs. Click on 'sleeping programs' and wake up all the programs that you put to sleep. Check the status with touchpad and let us know whether it works. Thank you.
We're sorry to know that you've decided to deactivate your AVG account. As it isn't recommended to share the account details over this post, we've sent you an email regarding it. We've also included the steps to review & delete data affiliated with your AVG account. Please check & revert to us for further queries.
I don't know what's wrong with my computer but after installing AVG Antivirus, I keep getting "Your connection is not private" error when I go to any website with https. I have try to visit a few http website and everything is fine.
I tried other browsers and it's the same. I also have tried a few solutions I found from Google, like this one: https://bytebitebit.com/687/your-connection-is-not-private/ but doesn't help at all, such as check my date and time, clear some cached files as mentioned and so on. But the error is still there!
We understand your concern, Tony. Please reinstall AVG at your convenient time & check if you experience the same issue. If so, then follow the steps in this article to identify the AVG component that causes the issue. Note : Please follow the steps that are mentioned below 'Disable AVG components individually'. Once we identify the component, we'll be able to proceed accordingly. If that fails, we'll proceed to help you with collecting logs from your computer & forward it to the next level of support to proceed further. Thank you for your understanding in advance!
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Sorry to know that, Mauricio. The threat detection that you received is a false detection and it will appear only when you access websites from Chrome browser. In order to fix this, we request you to reset Chrome browser as mentioned in this https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/3296214 article. Once done with that, restart your computer and check the status.