NOTE: Webroot WebAdvisor is compatible with Windows 7, 8, and 10. However, if your PC is running on Windows Vista or XP, instead of WebAdvisor, Webroot SiteAdvisor will get installed. www.webroot.com/safe
Here are ways by which you can install Webroot WebAdvisor and SiteAdvisor:
If you only wish to inactivate your protection temporarily, use the first option, which disables the browser add-on without uninstalling the program.
How to temporarily disable the Webroot WebAdvisor or SiteAdvisor browser add-on
Via Internet Explorer
While using Firefox
Removing Webroot WebAdvisor / SiteAdvisor (standalone)
After following the steps mentioned above, ensure that you install your product again as soon as you can to remain protected. For that, check out the ‘Related Information’ section given below.
Uninstalling Webroot WebAdvisor from Windows
In the Control Panel:
Uninstalling Webroot WebAdvisor from Mac
Do note: The standalone edition of Webroot WebAdvisor compatible for Mac does not exist any longer. Mac compatible WebAdvisor is now an utterly in-built feature of ‘Webroot Safe, so uninstalling it would require removing the SecureAnywhere as well. However, in its place, you can do the following instead:
Uninstalling Webroot WebAdvisor from Android
Webroot SiteAdvisor is not available as a standalone product for Android anymore; it is now a component of the Webroot Mobile Security system.
For uninstalling Webroot SiteAdvisor from Android, you will have to uninstall first. For further instructions, visit the link:. (Webroot SiteAdvisor does not work on iOS)
How to uninstall Webroot WebAdvisor or SiteAdvisor that is a part of your security product
After following the steps given below, ensure that you install your product as soon as you can always to remain protected. www.webroot.com/safe
Uninstalling from Windows
In the search box:
Uninstalling from Mac
Webroot SiteAdvisor is an integral component of Mac’s Internet Security. To remove SiteAdvisor, you would have to uninstall ‘Internet Security for Mac’ as well. For further instructions, visit www.webroot.com/safe.
Uninstalling from Android
Webroot SiteAdvisor is an ingrained component of the Webroot Mobile Security product. For uninstalling SiteAdvisor from Android, you would first have to uninstall the whole software. For further instructions on going about doing this, visit the link: webroot.com/safe.
NOTE: Webroot SiteAdvisor is unavailable for iOS.
Uninstalling the Webroot Windows security product
Webroot Windows security products Webroot SiteAdvisor and WebAdvisor are now a single component of the Windows security product. As a means of security, and as part of Webroot’s continuous efforts towards protecting your data, even if you remove the security product, WebAdvisor (or SiteAdvisor Windows XP or Vista enabled PCs), will remain installed.
How to reinstall your Webroot products
If you have uninstalled your Webroot security products, your device remains unguarded.
For downloading and installing your Webroot product(s) again after having removed them earlier, visit the link: webroot.com/safe.
Remember: Windows Vista or XP are not available on Microsoft anymore. Hence, which could put your device at risk from emerging threats? Webroot highly recommends that you upgrade your PC’s operating system to a newer version as soon as possible.
Webroot Support for Webroot products running XP or Vista is limited:
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