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McAfee and Webroot are two of the top cybersecurity brands, which protect users from online threats. Both provide cloud security which does not affect device performance. Both have a friendly user interface and provide a broad selection of security tools. Both have a high score for customer support as well as a vast collection of guides to help users solve their problems.
Both companies are renowned for their malware protection. Both have received excellent marks in third-party testing and offer a broad range of features that include a password management system as well as firewalls and automatic scanning. They provide a free 30-day trial to new customers.
The newest version of McAfee Total Protection has a sleek design and a user-friendly interface for users. The main dashboard has been decluttered and is split into three categories that include identity, PC security and privacy. The status banner includes alerts and reports.
Webroot on the other hand, features more minimalist designs. Its products have a simple and easy-to-use interface that doesn’t take up the system with too many resources. The user interface is divided into abstract sections and the main dashboard displays the duration of your license and your device’s status and recent scan results.
In terms of protection against malware, McAfee has a stronger track record than Webroot. Its Antivirus + Internet Security Suite has better scores than Webroot on AV Test and AV Comparatives. Its Realtime Shield and Infrared Protection Engine collaborate to stop malware and learn to recognize future zero-day threats. Secure Erase is a great feature that lets you permanently erase files on Mac and Windows computers by overwriting the original data with random data. This makes it impossible for malware to recover.