Uninstallation of Mcafee final

I need to uninstall Mcafee SecurityCenter my Inspiron 531 so I can install Norton Security (our other PC it works). There seems to be a gazillion 'methods' to remove the Mcafee Mcafee itself, Dell and people with PCs is much smarter than me. So, I didn't record the Mcafee yet I should do this uninstall before or after? Should I follow the version of Mcafee with their little program (MCPR.exe) or Dell one? How do you disable the firewall and AV programs?  Apart from that, no real issues!

Thanks in advance

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