Hi Crysty. We're here to help. Do you mean AVG is consuming more CPU resources? If yes, let us know which AVG program are you using and share a screenshot (http://avgclick.me/getscreenshot) of Windows task manager showing the high CPU usage.
Task manager in your PC will monitor all the running processes on your PC and monitor how much CPU resources are allocated to your PC. We need to confirm that AVG is really consuming high CPU usage to proceed further.
You can review and uninstall the unwanted applications as per the steps in this link.
If you believe that AVG is consuming high CPU resources, please take your technician's help and provide us the requested information.
Thank you for the information. Will you be able to take a picture of this task manager processes screen using your mobile phone and attach the image here? You can post the image here in your topic. Click on 'Answer' & then click on the 'Image' [mountain symbol] & follow the instructions.
Crysty, are you sure that you aren't able to take a screenshot by following the steps as mentioned in this http://avgread.me/1aZxsAV article? If you are able to take it, then you can attach it here. Click on 'Answer' & then click on the 'Image' [mountain symbol] & follow the instructions to get it done.
I have no idea where to find this AVG removal tool and all these website are like trying to understand a foreign language. I am not familiar with how AVG programming works. Can't you deal with it from your end. Also my MG's before all this started was 212 ish. and now you are telling me they need to be 300 MG. My initial problem was AVG was clogging up my computer. Why would I want more MG's to clog it up more?
Crysty, we apologize for the previous information. The information we provided was regarding the minimum disk space required to install AVG. However, 19.5 M usage by AVG Antivirus is the normal behavior. Whenever a virus scan is performed, this might increase a little. If you see the high CPU usage by AVG again, do proceed with the uninstallation.