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Method To Change System Control Setting:

Through this, the user can adjust the threat-detection settings for all programs and processes which are running on your Mac.

To change system control settings, from the dock you have to click on the Webroot icon. Here, the main interface appears. Now, you need to tap on the Utilities gear icon. At this point, the Utilities panel appears with the System Control tab active. Then for each process, you should select or deselect the checkbox for any of the following:

Allow — This will allow the process to run on your Mac system.

Monitor — This will view the process and also opens an alert on suspicious activity.

Block — Through this, you can stops the process from running on your system.

Here, you can also click on the Kill Untrusted Processes button. At last, you should click on the Back Arrow just to return to the main panel, or you should click on the Close button. go to visit webroot.com/safe

Method to Run System Analyzer:

Through System Analyzer, you can quickly scans for threats, security vulnerabilities and also other computer problems. When the scan complete, it will give you a report which describes the vulnerabilities found in your device. This will give you recommendations; with which you can increase system performance, privacy and protection.

To run System Analyzer, from the dock you have to hit on the Webroot icon. Here, you will see the main interface on your Mac screen. Now, you have to tap on the Utilities gear icon. Then the Utilities panel appears with the System Control tab active. After this, you have to tap on the System Analyzer tab. At this point, Webroot will launch its system analysis. When it completes, it will show you a summary view. If you wish to view more items, then click on the View Full Report button. But if you wish to save it in HTML format, then click on the Save Results button.

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