How toTemporarily Disable McAfee Real-time Scanning

If you something troubling you and you are not able to download or install the program you want on your device, them some antivirus program may prevent you from doing so. Also, if you are having difficulties connecting to download and install updates, or cannot connect to receive acknowledgments or e-file returns, real-time Scanning or the anti-virus software such as McAfee that you’ve been using on your device, may be blocking the Tax-Slayer program from letting these functions perform. 

It may be required at that moment for you to temporarily disable your real-time scanning or anti-virus software to conclude if this is what is creating the connection issues. However, most anti-virus programs that you are using on your computer are likely to show up on your Windows Taskbar next to the clock.  Though, most of the programs are going to allow you to right click on the icon and select the 'Turn Off,' or 'Disable' option.  If you can’t find this option on your device, you will then need to open your anti-virus software (McAfee) and disable it.

Disable McAfee Real-Time Scanning Temporarily

Follow the simple but effective process given below to temporarily disable your McAfee Antivirus on your device: 
1.     First of all, you will need to find the red "M" icon. You will get it at the bottom-right corner of your Windows Desktop. Click it.
2.     Then select the Change Settings option.
3.     And tap on the Real-time Scanning option from the menu.
4.     In the real-time scanning, you will need to tap on the Turn Off button.
5.     Here you will be able to specify when you want real-time Scanning to resume.

Note: We highly recommend selecting “When I start My PC” in the drop-down menu.
6.     Then all you need to do is tapping the Turn Off button to confirm your section.
Your McAfee Antivirus has now successfully been deactivated until you restart your computer.

Thank you for reading this article; I hope the information provided above will be useful to you.

Edward Lewis is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. He writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work  experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.


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