You may have heard or read that anti-virus software like Webroot causes PCs to slow down. This happens when your programme uses up more memory in your CPU than it can handle.Continue reading to find out more about how to deal with this problem.
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Webroot is known to slow down your computer and its activities on occasion, but you can determine for sure if this is the case by checking for the following signs:
1. The web browser might become excessively slow, taking an inordinate amount of time to load even the simplest of pages.
2. If your internet connection is 1 gigabit, it can be slowed down to 0.5 gigabits.
3. Applications take a long time to launch and load, and remote desktop becomes incredibly sluggish even within the LAN.
Why does Webroot make your computer run slower?
If you're having any of the above issues with your device, it's possible that Webroot is causing it to slow down. proved correct This occurs for a number of reasons:
• When you install Webroot on your computer, it gets loaded into memory every time you turn it on. This is how it shields itself from attacks, but when the software loads on the memory, it takes up a piece of it - if it exceeds 50%, output will be impaired.
• The second argument is that when all of your system's files are checked during scans, they consume a substantial amount of RAM, slowing it down.
What should I do if Webroot is causing my computer to slow down?
Change the level of difficulty
The amount of memory required for a full device scan is significantly dependant on the intensity of the scan. Changing this will definitely assist you in speeding up your process.
• Go to the control panel of your anti-virus application.
• Select Advanced Options from the drop-down menu.
• Locate the scan settings section, click it, and then choose the low memory consumption option from the drop-down menu.
• You may save your modifications by clicking on it and rebooting the system.