Webroot isn't the worst going, is really needs to be twinned with anti-exploit protection or a good FW (not the built in one). Not defending because I have this installed, just going from experience having this on my machine.
Tried this on my PC and they're right about the lightness, and how the install is around 4MB. Something they don't mention is that anything Webroot is "unsure" about gets put into C:/ProgramData/WRData so it can restore damage done by malware. This isn't a bad thing, but when the option can't be disabled people like me have their 128GB SSD written to constantly and 10+ gigabytes used up. Webroot support say to reinstall and remove the folder, but when you install it again the same thing will happen...
Why do you use both Zemana antikeylogger and Webroot? Webroot encrypt your keystrokes? Or have you experienced problems?I'm using the combo of Zemana Antilogger Premium, Webroot SecureAnywhere + Malwarebytes Firewall Control & Syshardener. Should do the job really.
That was ages ago, Zemana also acts as an anti-malware, Webroot was the light AV component. However I would never again recommend anyone to use Webroot. Weak protection and stores gigabytes of data inside a folder. I now use Bitdefender as my primary defense. Hope this helps.Why do you use both Zemana antikeylogger and Webroot? Webroot encrypt your keystrokes? Or have you experienced problems?