Avg Scan Stuck on Performance Issues
AVG is a popular security software that is compatible with Windows, Android, and macOS devices. It scans the computer, detects the malware or virus, and then removes them. At times the AVG program freezes or gets stuck while performing the scan.Usually, the AVG quick scan involves three steps of scanning: browser add-ons, viruses and malware, and performance issues. Many users have reported that the tool would get stuck when reaching the performance issues level. Read more on the solutions to fix the issue of AVG getting stuck on performance issues.
Solution-1: Disable the other security tools
- Step 1: If you have installed any other security programs like antivirus or anti-malware, turn them off on your computer.
- Step 2: Restart the computer, again launch the AVG tool, and scan the computer.
- Step 3: If you cannot turn off the security program, open the Settings window and find the apps list.
- Step 4: Select the security program and uninstall it.
Solution-2: Remove the older AVG software
- Step 1: Having the earlier version of the AVG tool can lead to AVG getting stuck on performance issues during a quick scan.
- Step 2: Visit the official AVG website from a browser.
- Step 3: Find the AVG Clear tool compatible with your computer and download it.
- Step 4: Next, navigate to the Clear tool storage location, right-click it, and select Run as administrator.
- Step 5: Click the Yes button if the User Account Control window appears.
- Step 6: In the next window, select No to proceed.
- Step 7: Now, all the AVG tools on the computer will be displayed.
- Step 8: Choose the AVG tools you want to remove and click Uninstall.
- Step 9: After uninstalling the tool, select Restart computer.
Solution-3: Uninstall and Reinstall
- Step 1:Even after trying the above solutions, if the problem occurs, then uninstall the AVG program on your computer.
- Step 2:Once you uninstall AVG using the AVG Clear tool, restart the computer.
- Step 3:Again, install the AVG program and scan the computer to make sure the issue has been fixed.