Risk Free Ways To Remove Kaspersky Useless Files & Free Up Disk Space Sep 13th, 2017   [viewed 41 times]

Are you using Kaspersky Antivirus or Internet security on your computer?

Are you noting that your system is running out of disc space?

Don’t worry it happens because a lot of logs and files are being generated in your system that causes out of or low disk space issue. You have to just remove these all useless Kaspersky antivirus files from your computer.

Here we are sharing the simple and best way to remove useless Kaspersky items make your system space free or just you can just contact to the Kaspersky Antivirus Customer Support Phone Number and ask for quick help.

Steps To Remove Useless Files

  1. Open Kaspersky Setting options > Options and then disable the Self -Defense option.
  2. Now exit from the settings option.
  3. Now you need to enable "Show Hidden files and folders" option from the folder option.
  4. Go to C: \Documents & Settings\All Users\Application\Kaspersky Lab\AVP8.

For Windows 7 & Vista users C: \ ProgramData \ Kaspersky Laboratory \ AVP9 \ Bases \ Cache to discover the.tmp files and also delete them.

[Note: If you don’t find the proper folder then contact to Kaspersky Antivirus Support Phone Number +1800-982-0436 and ask from experts.

  1. Go to the "Information" folder where you will locate several documents called as av1A.tmp, av2A.tmp, etc. as well as various other documents and also folder.

Effectively choose all the data having a.tmp expansion and also leave all various other folders and data. After that erase all the short-lived documents ie. tmp data. Make sure you don't erase other documents. You will currently discover a high reduction in your disk area.

  1. Now run Kaspersky as well as turn on Self-Defense option.

This process is not so risky, but for non-technical users, it may be risky. That’s why we advise you to perform the process under expert’s guidelines. For this, you just need to call Kaspersky Antivirus Customer Support Number.

It is completely risk-free to eliminate these files as they are temporary files which have actually been used previously by Kaspersky. I have attempted it myself on my PC, So Do not Fret.