No one know whats Webroot work
its a secret
its a secret
I like the fact it's very light, 4MB and very low CPU and Ram usage. I don't know if it's good or not, that's a entirely different matter.If you think Webroot is good, why do you let others opinion's get in the way? (ie. above).
It's not hard to be lighter than Windows Defender. As for other antiviruses, there are several antiviruses that are always extremely light. At best, it's probably about the same as them in terms of lightness.They claim being the lightest, but are they actually lighter than Windows Defender? Or only lighter than other third party AVs?
I've always heard that Windows Defender was light, due to being built-in, part of windows.It's not hard to be lighter than Windows Defender. As for other antiviruses, there are several antiviruses that are always extremely light. At best, it's probably about the same as them in terms of lightness.
Same here... it slowed down access to any folder that has a ton of files... not only executables. For now 3rd party offers better performance for me. Maybe if Microsoft makes some smart caching in a future release. Of course what happens in my machine wont necessarily happen in yours so test it anywayIt's light for some people and heavy for others. In my case, I don't use on any of my computers, as it causes slowdowns.
Hi Anthony.their downfall is ones files are not scanned