Antivirus

Quick Heal Antivirus Pro Installer

The Quick Heal Antivirus Pro software provides full protection to your computer against viruses and malware.

Quick Heal Antivirus Pro Installer

The Operating systems on which you can install the Quick Heal Antivirus Pro software are:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 8.1
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows XP

The features of the Quick Heal Antivirus Pro software are:

  • Cloud-based email security
  • Scans your PC without system slowdown
  • TrackMyLaptop service
  • Filters emails that have infected links and attachments
  • Data loss protection
  • Browsing protection setting
  • Blocks websites
  • Identify threats

The steps to download and install the Quick Heal Antivirus Pro software are provided on our web page.

  • Download the Quick Heal Antivirus Pro software from the manufacturer.
  • Locate the downloaded file and double-click it to begin the installation process.
  • The size of the Quick Heal Antivirus Pro software installer file is 542 KB.
  • You can also get the software using an installation CD.
  • If you use the installation CD, the installation wizard starts automatically.
  • Click the Install option when you see the Quick Heal Antivirus Pro window on the screen.
  • Now, you will see the following messages on the screen.
  • Preparing Installation
  • Performing pre-installation checks
  • Initializing installer
  • As soon as the License Information opens, read the terms and conditions and then agree with by selecting the checkbox next to the I Agree option followed by the Next option.
  • If prompted, choose the location for the Quick Heal Antivirus Pro software installation.
  • The ‘Installation in progress’ message will be displayed on the screen.
  • Once done, you will see the ‘Installation successfully completed’ message along with the Register Now and Register Later options on the screen.
  • Choose any one of the options and continue with the on-screen guidelines to finish the Quick Heal Antivirus Pro software installation process.