Is Webroot Better Than McAfee?

Both McAfee and Webroot have a great reputation in terms of protecting your computer from malware and viruses. Which is better? This depends on several factors, including system performance as well as malware prevention, user experience, features and compatibility.

Webroot’s top feature is its lightweight software, that makes use of cloud technology and heuristic analyses to keep your computer secure. The antivirus suite was designed to consume less system resources compared to traditional antivirus software to not slow down your PC. It also provides a wide variety of security features, including rapid scans, LastPass password manager, 25GB of secure online storage and shredder for data.

Both McAfee & Webroot offer malware protection that protects your device from phishing attacks, ransomware attacks, spyware, rootkits, and more. However the malware detection engine employed by Webroot is more sophisticated and can block a wider range of threats than the one is available in McAfee. Additionally it also has a real-time shield and an infrared security engine that stops new threats during the early stages of attack.

Webroot is faster at installing and scanning than McAfee. It also consumes less memory and has a less system load. It also has a sleek and elegant interface. It doesn’t have some of the most popular McAfee features, like the VPN and password manager. The only feature it does not have that McAfee doesn’t is its System Optimizer, which clears space on a device by eliminating junk files and ensuring that deleted data isn’t recovered by hackers or malware.

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