Several months ago I was having issues with my internet connection and took my Win7 PC to Best Buy's Geek Squad. (Turns out all it was was a bad ethernet card.) While at Best Buy one of the Geeks installed a folder on my desktop called "Webroot System Analyzer." (My assumption is that they were suppose to delete the folder before I left the store -- but they didn't.) Anyway....
I have run "systemanalyzer.exe" (version 220.127.116.11) a number of times over the course of the past number of months. The "analyzer" continues to show that I have a eight virus files on my PC. These results posted below.
While I don't know, I suspect one or more of several things: systemanalyzer.exe is an old product, not compatible with Win7, and/or reports false positives. Or (possibly and hopefully) systemanalyzer is finding remnants of a virus which I do know I cause some time ago -- and thought/think I got rid of.
While systemanalyzer continues to find these "viruses" the program has no option to delete/contain them.
My PC does not act as if it has a virus issue. Both speed and performance continue to be very good. I've just been curious about this "analyzer" program and its reported results. Should I just delete the entire "Webroot System Analyzer" folder from my desktop -- and not continue to be curious/worried about it?
Help/input appreciated. Thanks.
Best answer by JimMView original