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I signed up for Carbonite years ago. Separately, I also signed up for WebRoot years ago. Both signups were years before the companies merged. Both accounts were set up for auto pay. I just updated my credit card for Carbonite. How do I update my credit card for WebRoot? I can only log into one account: Carbonite + Webroot. That account shows the Carbonite Subscription but not the Webroot subscription. Support says: “we’ll fix it in the back-end”. Is that true? Or did I just hang up from my support call with my issue not solved?
I am just finding my way around the forum. Just a little confused by it. My name is Joe and I live in Ojai, California. I am an 79 year old widower living with my Basset Hound Fred. Ojai is a small community of about 8,000 located in southern California. I am a computer nut who seems to always be building his [b]next [/b]computer. In the past year and a half, I have built 3 Windows 7 computers and my [b]NEXT [/b]one just needs 8 G of memory and an operating system and I can start getting it running. Needless to say, I would accept donations.:D My friends think I'm crazy and I am beginning to think they are right. I am hoping that this will be my last build. I could go on for hours but I don't want to bore you. Nice to be here.:D
Let me introduce myself. My given name is Adrianus, quite a mouthfull. So my friends shortend it to Aad. Beeing not so high (5' 6") they also invented it to Aadje (Dutch for Little Aad) And beeing a sailor for quite a time the following nickname was born: Aadje Piraatje And that's Dutch for Aad the Pirate. As I told I was a sailor for about 45 years and have seen quite a lot of the world. After my retirement, now 10 years ago,I missed the sea dearly and what could I better do than buying a PC and follow all what was interesting for me and a lot of other old-sailors too as I discovered very soon. What I also found out was that there were not only "nice" people on the World Wide Net, but als "bad" guys who tried to steal information from my machine just to use it for their own benefit. Therefore I tried to protect my machine as good as possible I started, as so many with me, with a Norton product, gbut founding out that this program did slow down my PC very much I decieded a few Y
:D Hello [user=20798][/user] , I'm not sure if I ever welcomed you to the WSA Community but would like to now! Great to have you onboard and hope to see you posting away with all of us here! [b]EDIT.. Since I'm at it I'd like to welocme [user=24660][/user] , [user=24734][/user] , [user=24370][/user] ,and [user=24612][/user] ...the more the merrier I say![/b] Salute!!:D
Hello Everyone, I am John, a Finance and Information Systems student at The University of Minnesota. Webroot is replacing bad experiences with Norton and the performance anchor that is Sophos. Tomorrow, I hope to rescue my grandfather's laptop from keyloggers and "preloaded business software." Phone support might need to be brought in. Also, if anyone has seen my web console's password manager, send it this way. It says an account doesn't exist .:p Thanks, John
[b]Hi Everyone.[/b] Just a quick note to introduce myself. I am a newcomer to Webroot SecureAnywhere and after using quite a few different security programs over the years and not too keen about using the "cloud" I can honestly say that I am very impressed with the program so far. Thank you [b]Triple Helix[/b] for introducing me to it. :manhappy:
I want out of this community, I want whomever it is in their finite mental capacity, that is continually sending me these insane badge notifications to cease and desist or there will be repercussions. I deleted this crappy program from my computer a long time ago and I want nothing to do with a community which labels my responce ( as vulgar when I used no vulgarity whatsoever, yet the person who slammed my post was not ) to someone calling my posts as shady, underhanded and or hiding something which was NEVER the case.
Hi, I just repalced my old HP laptop with the Surface Pro 4. I bought the Internet Security Complete and I really like it. I downloaded the Web Secure browser on my LG G4 and like it. Is there a Webroot browser for Windows 10. If not is there anything I need to do to when I use IE on my Surface? also is there an easy way to migrate my Chrome bookmarks to the mobile Webroot browser? Thank you in advance for your help, Steve
Hello everyone, It's nice to find you and as I expect I shall be here often, a short intro may be in order. I'm not new to computers but most assuredly new to (and exasperated with) Windows 8. After all, I'm an old lady and was raised with the notion that "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". I see no need for CHARMS, nor for it to take 4 clicks to shut my computer down, ahh but there you are, eh? Sometimes change really sucks. Here's a huge aggrivation with this new computer: It came with Norton on it, but I purchased Webroot for obvious reasons. I allowed Norton to expire, installed Webroot, and NOW I keep getting Norton's annoying popup asking me to upgrade. I do NOT WANT TO. I have no need to. I have Webroot and so far all is well (except for detesting Windows 8, ugh) Please, anyone, how the heck do I remove unwanted Trial popups? With this new Windows 8 configuration, I can barely navigate around my own computer, so I am truly at your mercy here. Let
Hi, everyone. I am a new Webroot user, needing help to eliminate Snap.do from my laptop. The laptop is an Asus notebook, N53SV series; 64 bit operating system, 2Ghz Intel core, 4GB RAM. It has Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, which has appeared to update routinely. My normal browser is Firefox. I installed Webroot last weekend hoping to eliminate my recently noticed Snap.Do infestation. Webroot identified and removed 3 threats, and at first I did not observe any evidence of Snap.Do. But when I opened Firefox this morning (Google is my home page), Snap.do's mock Google page appeared. I immediately closed it, then manually initiated a scan by Webroot. Webroot detected nothing. I repeated the opening of Firefox, and again got the Snap.Do page. How can I get rid of Snap.Do?
Hi! I'm gonna need a lot of help here & appreciate so much that this forum exists. I am gonna look around & try to find the correct place to ask my questions....most of which I am sure will be so very basic and/or idiotic .... no, really they are, but I fully accept my limitations & am glad to learn something new. (I just recently discovered bluetooth speakers and am still in awe!!) Anyway thank you all so very much for this forum & your willingness to help out!!:D
cannot get new keyword to activate because I ordered via WEBROOT and did not renew via geeksquad nor did I renew geeksquad the old expiration icon keeps popping up as expired and will not allow the new keycode how do I get rid of this old webroot and install the new one
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