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McAfee support explains how to delete unwanted log files in McAfee


McAfee as an anti-virus possess all the necessary features that are considered rudimentary and important. However, along with these features, it also has imbibed several other characteristics in the software which render great facility to its users. One such utility is it provides optimal log files including all the data related to latest and previous scans. Additionally, these files keep a track of all the activities happening in your system, and these logs you might consider to be prominent, but other kinds of data as well in there like recent updates and many more. Now, this only takes so much space and is useless after some time as well. Fortunately, this can be eliminated totally and is not much of a brainer.

The experts have derived a process which is effective and safe as well, for you to do it on your own if you wish so. However, it is advised to always use the assistance of professionals at McAfee Technical Support Australia to avoid any kind of discrepancy.

  • As an obvious step, you must click on the McAfee icon located on the system tray to access its contextual menu and get access to the antivirus window.
  • After the window is open, click on the “View Recent events” option, it is located in the vertically aligned navigation menu.
  • Now, you will be given a list that has the logs details of the applications’ activities on the system. Among them, select one and click on the “View log” option. 
  • Now the logs of the events happened are displayed here, right-click on the one that you want to delete and then proceed with selecting the “Delete” button.  This will eliminate that McAfee logs files or a single event from your system. 

Contact McAfee Technical Support Number 1-800-431-404 in case of further queries on this matter or any other.

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