Yes! What you read was right, Avast Free antivirus no longer needs registration and newer versions don’t ask you to register and older Avast versions will continue to work even after they expired. Even though we’ve written an article in the past on how to register Avast Free Antivirus for a one-year license key, that post is redundant now.
Avast Free Antivirus no longer requires registration for use for one year
We don’t know when Avast Software removed this requirement to use their product for a long time (one year), expiring the free version of antivirus after thirty days and bothering users to register is IMO meaningless considering it was offered as free.
This is the official and this is what the Avast free antivirus registration page it says.
“Good news! You no longer need to register Newer versions of Avast Free Antivirus will no longer ask you to register, and older versions will continue to work even after they “expire””.
Free users already annoyed by your pop-ups to buy or upgrade to premium products and register the ad only add salt to the damage.
After installing Avast Free antivirus and when you select ‘registration information’ from the tray icon, the subscription tab in Avast Settings displays how many days remaining and valid to date.
Note: However, you need to enter the activation code or license file in the subscription settings if you purchased Avast.