I just noticed that Webroot changed the name from "Essentials" to "Internet Security Plus 2013" :D
Different Name, Same Excellent Product. ;)
Edit: I looks like they added Password Protection . 😃
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As a little test I uninstalled the beta version, rebooted and installed a fresh copy of the commercial version of 220.127.116.11. The app now just says SecureAnywhere rather than adding 'Complete', I can still see the Backup & Sync option, have the System Cleaner option but cannot tell if the Password-related fucntionality supposed to be under the Identity Shield is in fact showing.
Could someone advise as to what I should be seeing re. that last point as I had Essentials previously and therefore have no reference point.
Thanks in adavnce.
"There are (in WSA) some other features which will be coming slightly after the initial release which are already in place in the code but won't be enabled until the other parts of the product are finished."
So yesterday it was the initial release to consumers.
Furthermore Joe says:
"For those wondering about the differences between products: no one will lose functionality - instead, everyone will be receiving more functionality. More to come on this shortly."
If addressed to me I can say I did not overlook what Joe had already advised. I was just checking that against what I am seeinig currently...as I seem to be (unless it is a lack of understanding of the Password Protection features in Complete) inbetween products. Not a pressing issue as WSA is working great...as usual. Just would like to clarify when the persons who can are avaialble to do so. ;)
I'm also not showing the password function yet on the update.
then it is definitively a case of, as you have said..."as I'm protectively covered by WSA, I'll sit back and watch the changes take place and settle out."
I agree with Baldrick. This name changing will confuse people.
The main reason they renamed WSA portfolio is to let know the wide public that WSA is in fact the security suit what should increase the selling figures. People needs to know at the first glance that this application is the right one to wholly secure their PC and thus to force them to think over about buying WSA instead of Norton, Kaspersky, Eset etc.
To be honest I completely understand and agree with the rebranding. Just my two cents.
Just my two pence worth.