ive noticed within a short period of time with@webroot
#secureanywhere that its not a cpu or page file memory hog, which is vital View on Web
Mathew30, one of our @Webroot
Twitter followers, was quick to share his opinions of our 2013 SecureAnywhere version. Some features he loved, others not so much.
Mathew loves the “blindlingly fast” scan speeds, saying they’re even faster than before. He also appreciates the fact that the program doesn’t bog down his CPU and page file memory. That being said, Mathew does think that the new interface is more complicated, making it harder for the average user to find a setting. Another area of concern for him is an issue I haven’t seen before. For some reason, he can only copy and paste the keycode when installing using the ctrl C/ctrl V commands.
Mathew’s feedback is very valuable…So is yours! What do all of our Community members think about these insights?
Have any of you noticed any of these issues?
How do you like the 2013 product compared to 2012 in general?
What’s better? What’s worse? Anything that you’re missing?
Anything that’s been added that now you can’t do without?
Chime away people! I’d love to hear your thoughts!