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Webroot issues -Webroot SecureAnywhere Antivirus protects you from online threats with the world’s most powerful cloud security solution, keeping you safe no matter how or where you connect. It scans faster, uses fewer system resources, and protects you in real-time by instantly identifying and blocking new threats as soon as they appear. Webroot SecureAnywhere antivirus runs on most supported systems, even slow or older computers.
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How to Uninstall Webroot Completely From a PC – Webroot issues
Webroot’s SecureAnywhere line of antivirus, firewall and security software protects your business from online threats and data theft. If you have a technical problem with Webroot SecureAnywhere, or if you want to upgrade or try a different protection program, you can uninstall the software through the Windows Control Panel. In some cases, this does not completely remove Webroot internet Security plus download from your computer. Webroot offers two cleanup tools that will remove all traces of the software from your system.
Click the “Start” button on your desktop and select “Control Panel.” Click “Uninstall a Program.”
Then Click the name of your Webroot product and then click “Uninstall.”
Click “Start,” then right-click “Computer.” Click “Properties,” “System Protection” and “Create” to set a system restore point.
Open your Web browser and download the CleanWDF tool from the Webroot website (link in Resources). Save the tool to your desktop.
Double-click the “CleanWDF.exe” file on your desktop. Click “Clean” to remove all Webroot drivers. When cleaning completes, click “Yes” to restart your computer at the prompt. If you don’t receive a prompt to restart, click “OK.”
Download the “WRUpgradeTool” file from the Webroot website (link in Resources). Save the tool to your desktop.
Double-click the “WRUpgradeTool” file on your desktop. Click “Next” to uninstall any remaining Webroot files on your computer.
Click “OK” to restart the computer when the tool finishes the cleanup process.