Existing Webroot users
Simply exit the page that opens. Open your Webroot program and click the gear icon next to My Account. Enter your keycode in the Activate a New Keycode field, then click Activate. If a scan begins automatically, allow it to complete.
What is a webroot keycode
Webroot key code is the license key of the product. The user received it at the time of purchase Webroot product. Webroot Key Code is 20 digits long alphanumeric code used in the activation process. You have to keep a secure webroot 20-digit activation code, If you lost this, you will be unable to activate your Webroot geek product.
From here I am going to tell you how to install your webroot secureanywhere at www.webroot.com/safe. Furthermore, we also described how to install webroot secureanywhere with webroot my account, below with complete information.Frequently Asked QuestionsHow do I install Webroot on my second computer?
Install webroot on a new computer. Install webroot on a second computer and Light weighted webroot antivirus will never slow down your computer. Make sure you have a copy of your 20 Character Alphanumeric Keycode! .... KEEP the computer online for the Webroot install to make sure it works correctly.Is Webroot safe?
Yes. Based on some reviews and gathering some points related to this antivirus product Webroot is a safe program to use every one. Moreover, it is good to use for Windows OS to obtain the best class virus protection.I already have my keycode
If you have your keycode and only need the software download, enter your last name and email address.Here are the steps to install webroot with existing keycode
Follow these steps to install webroot with existing keycodeI need complete download instructions
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Webroot SecureAnywhere can be installed on various operating software like Mac, Windows, iOS, and Android. Follow the presented steps to Webroot SecureAnywhere download easily:Windows Installation
You can continue to follow the steps only if you have downloaded the setup earlier.
- After downloading the setup, locate it on the system.
- The file is usually located under the Downloads folder.
- Double-tap on the wsainstall.exe file.
- When you are asked, enter your unique keycode.
- Follow the on-screen instructions and install the software.
- Click Finish when you are done.
Ensure that you have downloaded the dmg file, and only then continue with the process.
- Find the wsamac.dmg file and double-tap the file.
- You will now see the Webroot Internet Security icon.
- Double-tap on the icon.
- Provide the keycode, when asked.
- Follow the steps as they appear on the screen.
- Launch the PlayStore.
- Type Webroot Mobile Security & Antivirus under the search bar.
- Press Install.
- After it finishes downloading, press Open.
- Read the license agreement and agree to it set up the app.
- Press Activate.
- Provide the keycode.
- In case you see the option “fix now" then this indicates existing bugs on your system.
- Follow the steps to remove them.
- Launch your device and open the App Store.
- Search for Webroot SecureWeb Browser.
- Install the app and secure your device.
System Requirements for WindowsOperating Systems
- Windows 10 (32-bit and 64-bit).
- Windows 8 and 8.1 (32-bit and 64-bit).
- Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit), Windows 7 SP1 (32-bit and 64-bit ).
- Windows Vista® (32-bit), Windows Vista SP1, SP2 (32-bit and 64-bit).
- Intel Pentium®/Celeron® family, or AMD® K6TM/Athlon®/AMD DuronTM family, or another compatible processor.
- 128 MB RAM (minimum).
- 2 GB RAM recommended (minimum).
- 15 MB
- Internet access is required.
- Internet Explorer 9.0 and higher (32-bit and 64-bit).
- Mozilla Firefox (32-bit and 64-bit); current and most recent versions.
- Google Chrome (32-bit and 64-bit); current and most recent versions.
- macOS v10.12 "Sierra"
- OS X v10.11 "El Capitan"
- OS X v10.10 "Yosemite"
- OS X v10.9 "Mavericks"
- 128 MB RAM (minimum)
- 15 MB
- Internet access is required.
- Apple Safari 7.0 or higher.
- Mozilla Firefox; current and most recent versions.
- Google Chrome; current and most recent versions.
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