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  1. Finally an Antivirus software that does not take over your computer and network while wrecking everything in its path. This software is a dream, does what its supposed to do with out slowing everything down. I can’t even tell that its on. It does not slow down your boot up time or shut down. Its protection without a huge performance price.I have a windows 7 Asus laptop with about 700G HD and about half that available and it took 1m26s to scan my whole computer and the 111 processes. Most full scans from past experience with other antivirus software would take 15 to 20 minutes. This software is so fast in comparison.The download and install was very simple on Amazon. After download, there will be a window to view the product key. I copy / pasted mine during set up and printed a copy of the page for safe keeping. Set up is simple. Best of all it works!!! No install issues or days lost troubleshooting the install with technical support.The main screen for this program is laid out nicely, easy to make common changes to settings, and displays scanner stats. An advanced icon in the upper right corner gives you access to well organized advance settings. Pretty straight forward and easy to use.[My computer is still recovering from McAfee. Never again will I install McAfee on my computer. In short, the software is so messed up that I can’t uninstall it without it locking up. It slowed down my computer speed drastically and would always hang up the shutdown. My email and web browsing was so slow. It also took over my network, blocking all my devices from accessing the web. Even after letting it know they are safe, it would change it’s mind and decide they were intruders. What a nightmare…]In comparison to McAfee and previous years with Norton, this software is amazing! I feel like I have my computer back. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for protection without surrendering your computer and network to the control of a dysfunctional antivirus. The performance with this software is great and like no other. While other protection software is like a bad marriage, this software works like a dream and you almost don’t even know its there. Protection without invading and taking over my computer…No headaches…I’m a believer! Takes up so little space too…Am I dreaming or what…gotta love the cloud!Webroot got it right and other antivirus manufacturers should take notice.

  2. I have used Webroot for 2 years and I have loved it with one BIG caveat. This year when it was time to renew I was offered a renewal at a ridiculously high price. When I called customer service to try to get a similar deal to a new packaged product I was greeted with rudeness and zero interest in retaining current customers. I was told that the deals online are for first time customers only. Gee, thanks for the love Webroot…. NOT! Please note that I am referring to customer service and not technical service. I cannot comment on tech support as I have never needed it. If I had had more time to do research into other options I would probably have ditched them in search of a company that actually WANTS returning customers. As for the software itself I have had no problems with it. I have it running on all 5 of my computers. It has caught many viruses, has a small footprint and runs quickly and efficiently. I would have given it 5 stars if not for the nasty customer service. Here’s a tip Webroot – your company is judged as much for your product as for your customer service. If you treat your current customers poorly you have now created former customers. I’ll be sorry to see you go this time next year.

  3. I downloaded the free avast software to my computer yesterday, but decided to take advantage of the $19.99 upgrade, which kept popping up on my screen when I did my first scan, since it was a $30 savings off the original price. After downloading the upgrade I did a scan for performance issues and it showed I had 103 issues on my computer. So I press the PC optimize button under that, thinking it would fix all those issues since I just upgraded. Nope! In order to fix them, I’ll have to pay another $35.99. WTH!! I find that ridiculous! I downloaded this software because of the good reviews I found online, but I am extremely disappointed with how you deceive and up charge your customers with additional upgrades they have to pay extra for. The original upgrade should take care of all my computer issues. Period!

  4. This takes some getting used to. It is a different protection concept and a bit more on the reactive than proactive side, but it seems to work. I intentionally put some stuff on that I knew had some malicious content and it did catch it, though it did not always detect it right away. It always detected upon attempted execution, though most of the time it never let me get that far. I ran an online scan with a competitors signature-based tool and it picked up one file that this package did not, but this package did eventually pick it up and it is doubtful that it would have allowed an execution. But something to think about.Fine tuning it for close control by the user is a bit more complicated than other products, and this includes the firewall portion. It’s less intuitive when it comes to giving a user individual program access control. For the bulk of users, this is probably a benefit, but for a power user it is not. This would be my least favorite part of this suite, and I would hope that heavily-nested options could be cleaned up and simplified on later releases.Cloud-based protection data is an interesting concept and I am sure one which we will see more of from other products.On the plus side, this thing is very light on resources while still being, apparently, functional, which I greatly appreciate. I am tired of the ridiculous bloat that permeates almost every other product in this category (and others). My CPU cycles are mine, my RAM is mine, and sloppy programmers need to stop wasting my resources. Webroot and a couple of others seem to understand this, most do not. Scans are blazing fast because the manner in which this product provides protection. This concept has a lot of potential given the low footprint that it has.

  5. It’s great to get things free, but I did end up buying a Kaspersky Anti-Virus via disc. I got tired of the ads to purchase the upgrade, and of course the free version doesn’t delete viruses, only detects them.

  6. It seems to work fine. I’ve had it on my computers at the office and home for a year now.Webroot auto-renews at the inflated price of $79.99 when you can purchase it on Amazon for $29.99 for the same product. When that happens, all you have to do is request a refund (which you can do online), purchase the product elsewhere, then sign in and enter the key code. But for the love of God, don’t forget your password because they will lock you out. Even if you create another password you are locked out for 15 minutes. And it seems that if you wait only 14.5 minutes to attempt a log-in with the new password, the 15 minutes starts all over. If you’re impatient, you will never be able to log in.Bottom line: If you don’t mind the dishonesty of auto renew and the hassle of logging in and entering the new key code, it’s a reasonably good anti-virus. I’d give 4-5 stars for the program but take off 2 stars for auto renew. I should take another star off for the log-in problem. It is really annoying.Edit: I had to uninstall and then install it again because the new key code wouldn’t activate. Customer service with Webroot is horrible.

  7. Deleted my initial review, this is my second time purchasing this software. After learning about the product and the changes that have been made I can only review the software favorably.This software does not seem to drain resources and is pretty much full automatic hands-off scanning and updating. I’ve had it report a few potential threats. I have not had any issues with false-negatives that I’m aware of.The cost for this suite includes a year of service on up to 3 PCs. Take advantage now though as this price seems temporary. My only complaint is that there isn’t a two or three year package option to save more money.Update: I had waited until I was nearing renewal time and endured the annoying messages reminding me to renew, only to find that Webroot will transfer the addition of your remaining time. I wish I had known that earlier, I’m impressed.

  8. So I bought this program a while ago and I loved that it didn’t use a lot of computer resources. It scanned fast and as far as I could tell prevented viruses (the program never found any anyway). However recently, a friend of mine’s computer was having some issues and his security program and system care settings wouldn’t launch. He knew he had a virus and even knew where that virus was located but the virus prevented him from deleting it. We installed my Webroot program just to see if it would work. It scanned his computer, found about 10 viruses, and then deleted all of them. Simple as that. His computer rebooted and a ton of programs that wouldn’t work before began working perfectly again. I can now safely say that Webroot really does work, and not only does it work, it managed to completely fix a computer that other security programs failed to fix.

  9. As far as protection goes, Avast does a fine job without bogging down your system. I give it high marks for those two things.What is a bit annoying is that it is constantly putting up „scare notices“ about all sorts of things (everyone can see what you do online, you don’t have a firewall, the snow is melting in the arctic, an asteroid will crash into your browser, the air in your room is toxic, etc etc etc) to try and get you to subscribe to the paid version of the software.I understand that they need to monetize their product (businesses definitely should pay for the product). I really do… But perhaps tone down the frequency the scare notices a tad?I still do recommend Avast, and regularly install it on client’s computers when I see they have no protection.

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