When talking about any internet security software that delivers the top-notched security products for not only for PC but for other devices, which are always new and improved versions with every passing year then no one can compete with Webroot Support Antivirus. Webroot SecureAnywhere is one among the many products of Webroot Company and it is the latest security product which is more than antivirus software.
Webroot SecureAnywhere lets you select the several types of the scan–
- Quick: The Surface scan of the files loaded into the memory. The scanning might runs quickly but the possibility is that it may miss scanning some types of inactive malware that launches after the system gets restarted.
Note- If the scan misses an infection, the main interface will remain red until and unless you run a total or multi-layer scan.
- Full: The scan of the hard drives. This sort of scan is helpful if you often switch between system partition or you have stored several data who are never scanned before.
- Deep: The scan is an analytical one as it searches for all types of threats including rootkits and inactive malware. This is the default scan which runs from the main panel or the system tray.
- Custom: The scan of the files and folders and check out the steps as listed below to run a custom scan.
You need to follow the steps carefully to run the custom scan, successfully-
Note- In case you face any issues while running the custom scan for Webroot SecureAnywhere then you can dial on Webroot Support Phone Number to get assistance from the technical team on your issues.
- You need to open the main interface.
- Click on the option ‘PC Security’.
- Select the ‘Custom Scan’ from the ‘Scan’ tab.
- Click on the radio button for the type of scan you wanted to perform, in the ‘Customized Scan’ dialog box.
Note- In case you wish to select specific files or drives then choose the option ‘Custom’. After that, you can perform the certain task like drag or drop files into this dialog or Click on the button ‘Add file or folder’ to select the directories and files you wanted.
- Select the button ‘Scan’ to launch the scan.