How do you minimize Webroot SecureAnywhere automatically to tray after a normal scan?

  • 7 April 2021
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How do you minimize Webroot SecureAnywhere automatically to the system tray in the lower right side of the display after a normal uneventful scan? 

I am running Windows 10 Professional 20H2 with Webroot scheduled to run at a time of day I am not normally active on the PC.  

I am tired of closing Webroot every single day of the week after an uneventful scan.  I only want to see the window if there is any problem.  I do not want to see that everything is running fine, unless I decide to click on the tray icon myself at my convenience.

Please tell me there is a way.  If there isn’t a way, please add that feature since I am not the only one who is tired of closing a normal scan windows every day.

Webroot SecureAnywhere is a great product and I love how it has protected me in the past.

Keep up the good work.  





Best answer by TripleHelix 7 April 2021, 23:39

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