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How you can Resolve Webroot Not Opening On Windows 10?

by grace edens (2021-10-30)

If we talk regarding Webroot in general then in that case it is undoubtedly true that the software program is really very well compatible with all types of devices and operating systems and thus the software very efficiently works on the prevention of the system or the device from all the dangerous unwanted elements like malware, spyware, Trojans and viral attacks.

Other than Webroot also there are many more security providing software programs that are there working for the safety of the computers and the devices but many of them do put the users into trouble as it comes to using those software programs on Windows 10  this happens mostly because Windows 10 has its own complications associated with it. But Webroot already comes inbuilt in Windows 10 in most of the products so there are not many problems that the user may get to face while using Webroot on Windows 10 but still if Webroot is not opening on Windows 10 then here we will discuss some reasons that may lead to this situation.

The basic procedure for opening Webroot on Windows 10 goes as follows:

  • The customer should open the “start menu”

  • Next, should go to “control panel”

  • There must check the “programs and features” list

  • The customer should check if there is Webroot on the list.

If Webroot Antivirus is there in the list, and still the user is not able to open it on Windows 10, then, in that case, there can be some reasons behind that here further we will discuss all of them.

Presence of virus in the system: In order to get this checked and fixed, the user should follow the steps given below:

  • The user should, first of all, go to the “stinger download page”

  • From there the user should download and save it on a familiar location on the computer

  • Next, the user should right-click on it

  • Next, should choose “run as administrator”

  • Then as the Windows security warning appears the user should click “yes”, continue or run

  • Next, the user should accept the end-user license agreement

  • Then the user should click on “Customize my scan”

  • At last, should click on “scan” in order to get the infected files repaired

Damaged or corrupt file: The problem can also be related to the issue of damaged or corrupt filesIf that's the case; the user needs to have the program deleted from the system. After that, the program needs to be uninstalled, and then reinstalled to the machine. The damaged file will be repaired after reinstallation and the problem will be resolved.

Battery issue: The problem of Webroot not opening on Windows 10, can also be because of the battery issue, in order to get this problem fixed the user will have to follow the steps  given below:

Check security center version: In order to get it checked, the user will have to follow the steps given below:

  • On the system the user will have to create and save a folder called Webroot temporarily

  • After that, the user should download the Webroot Tool

  • The ZIP file should be saved in the same temporary Webroot folder

  • The user should double click on it in order to start and run the tool

After this process, the user should get the battery check tool downloaded and should run it on the system, for more information related to this or any other issue related to the software program the user should get in touch with the team of trained and certified technicians at Webroot Support Number, also the option of live chats and emails open for the users.

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