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Hi folks - earlier this week we had an orentation day for Webroot's new hires in the EMEA area. We had a group from Linz, a group from Derby and then a few of us here in Dublin joined in. It was a really interesting insight into the company and we're all really enthusastic about working here :) Here's a picture from the day (with the silly grin second from the right belonging to me...) [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/13693iE222C5C5F8569B0F.jpg[/img]
I am trying to deactivate Webroot Secure Anywhere from my old computer (Windows 7) and install it on Windows 8. The online instructions say to go to PC Security, click on name of the computer which I want to deactivate, and choose "Commands Tab" and then choose "Activate". The problem is that I do not have a Commands Tab online. What do I do?
Hi, Im not so good with computer security. A friend recomended webroot. I hope with time I can get a handle on this shortcoming! lol. Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated. Im not sur about turning on my computers window security center, I have a P7-1234 HP with windows7 Thanks Chip
Here comes the carnival barker for Webroot! Just a quick hats off to the devs for such a well coded, non intrusive, secure program. I am an active gamer (at 60!), and this is the FIRST AV product that "lets" me play. Been testing it for the last few months with exceptional results. Using common sense and this product equals a wonderful computing environment and the security is top notch....did I mention that it stays OUT of the way when gaming;) Great job!
[spoiler] [/spoiler] I am new to Webroot. I used to be on the PC Tools Internet Security software, so Webroot seems rather simple compared to that. I run a proprietary software program that I frequently cut and paste words from other programs into the proprietary program. However, Webroot does not allow me to paste into my proprietary program. I'm wondering if someone can tell me how to tell Webroot that my proprietary program is "okay." Tech support for my proprietary program suggested I add the program to an "exceptions" list in Webroot, but I cannot find such a list. Thanks,
I have another program to protect from internet threats, [EDITED per Community Guidelines] I use it several times a day and it always picks up 300 to 1500 cookies. I rarely visit more than a half dozen web sites. Where do all these cookies come from?
The more I read about this awesome company and it's products, the more impressed I am.....and thankful to have their A/V software installed on my new PC!!! I also appreciate the diverse forums by which we all can communicate with each other. This is so nice :heart::D[i] !!![/i] ~DD55.
Hello, I have had this problem for a while with my email. Someone is getting into it and sending emails to my contacts, with attachments. How can I prevent this? I appreciate any ideas and thank you in advance. Debi
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