How to Fix Problems with Avast Not Starting?

If you are using Avast antivirus in your business to protect your computer devices in your Office and the data stored on hard drives, the security software might block Mozilla Firefox. If Avast antivirus detects Firefox as a potential threat, then it might block Mozilla Firefox and prevent it from starting. Here you can fix the trouble by adding the Mozilla Firefox folder to the Exclusions list. Avast antivirus could not scan and block applications that are added to its Exclusions list. You can also deal with the problem by contacting our technical specialist at Avast Service Number.

How to Fix Problems with Avast Not Starting?


Here you can find the steps by step procedure in order to deal with the problem-

  • Firstly you need to double-click the "Avast" icon in the system tray that will help to launch the Avast 
  • Then you need to click the "Real-Time Shields" tab in the navigation panel located on the left and then click the "File System Shield" item
  • Further, you need to go forward and click "Expert Settings" button in the right pane to open the File System Shield Settings window
  • In the next step, click "Exclusions" to navigate to the list of exclusions and then click the "Add" button and "Browse" button
  • At the end, you need to click "OK" to apply and save the new settings and then simply close the Avast window


In case you face any difficulty with the above steps or having any sort of query your better contact at our toll-free helpline Avast Antivirus Customer Support Number – (1-800-439-2178) that is offered by our customer service in order to provide you quick solutions on your desk without any interruption. 

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