Typically Avast is pushing the online installer (avast_free_antivirus_setup_online.exe) which is really small (about 5 MB) but requires Internet connection to complete the installation as the biggest part is downloaded during the installation process. Sometimes you need to get Avast on a computer without the Internet connection and that’s why you need to download the offline installer (avast_free_antivirus_setup_offline.exe) in full size.

Avast Free Antivirus 2017 – Offline vs. Online InstallerAvast Free Antivirus 2017 – Offline vs. Online Installer

Offline installer contains the exact version of Avast as online installer but you can transfer it on a USB disk and install basically anywhere. Even though the computer doesn’t have an Internet access it could get infected (for example when you transferring data from USB sticks, CDs or DVDs) and that’s why you need Avast Antivirus protection. All Avast offline products are fully compatible with Windows 10, 8, 8.1, 7, Vista and XP (32-bit or 64-bit).

Avast Antivirus 2017 Offline (Standalone) Installers

On the links below you can download offline installers of all versions of Avast antivirus 2017 directly from the official servers which always contain the latest up-to-date files:

OUR TIP #1 Get your free license key for Avast antivirus 2017. Check out our guide ‘Download the Free License Key (Activation Code) for Avast Antivirus 2017‘.

OUR TIP #2 Don’t forget to keep your Avast updated even on the offline machine. Check out our guide ‘How to Manually/Offline Update Avast Virus Definitions (VPS)‘.

Other Avast Products Offline Installers

On the links below you can download offline installers of other Avast products directly from the official servers which always contain the latest up-to-date files:

Avast Endpoint Protection Offline Installers

On the links below you can download offline installers of Avast products for businesses directly from the official servers which always contain the latest up-to-date files:

Written by Paul B. | Team GetAvast.net

My name is Paul and I love Avast since the Home Edition v4.8 (2008). I am recommending it to all my friends, but I realized they don't know how to use it. So I started this site in order to help others getting maximum from this awesome antivirus. Feel free to contact me via Facebook, comments below or this form.

This article has 9 comments | Did we miss anything? Just let us know in the comments!

  1. truthmonger Reply

    My only issue with Avast 2017 is its continual advertising of added bloatware. Also, like pretty much every other a/v program, it installs links to features that aren’t really there. Click on them and up comes an attempt to sell you something. This is deceptive and annoying. Having buttons in your UI that literally do nothing is ridiculous and it needs to stop no matter who is doing it. Even Microsoft is littering Windows 10 with fake apps now, which is just another reason to stick with Windows 7.

  2. Dean Reply

    Best Anti Virus Program i have used, i install it on everyone of my clients PC’s, they love it, especially since its free. But best of all, i can download offline or online ver’s and both are great and best of all is the boot time scan. i recommend it to anyone needing an Anti Virus Program.

  3. Maddy Reply

    In Avast Antivirus 2017 Offline (Standalone) Installers Section, The Avast Free Antivirus 2017 (270 MB) takes a long time after downloading. I downloaded it successfully but it is taking a long time in loading.

  4. Ben Reply

    In the “Avast Antivirus 2017 Offline Installers” section, “Avast Free Antivirus 2017 (202 MB)” appears to link to an online installer… not super useful to me guys. Any chance of a new link to the offline installer, please?

  5. Mason Kolonga Reply

    Thank you for sharing I have used Avast since 2007 and usually download the offline sometime it quite hard to look for the offline installer but now you have make it easy for me. I always recommend avast to my client because its never slow computer and also it can work with other antivirus which I prefer but not Norton. Avg, Smadav they are ok with avast therefore, I have them install when I needed to..

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