|Webroot:||This solution addresses Webroot SecureAnywhere |
The Webroot security software is available with several types of licenses that allow you to install it on up to five computers. If your license is for only one computer, then you cannot install it on additional computers.
Note: If you have a license to install on more than one computer, you do not have to own all the devices in the same household. It is very common for families to share subscriptions.
- If you purchased the Webroot security software online: you should have received an email from Webroot with download instructions. This email indicates if you purchased a 1-User Pack (license for one computer), a 3-User Pack (license for three computers), or a 5-User Pack (license for five computers). If you purchased the Webroot security software from a store, the product packaging shows the number of licenses on bottom, front of the box. The box shows either "5 User," "3 User," or "1 User."
: If you are installing SecureAnywhere to a system running Windows XP/2003
, please install the latest compatible agent version available via this link:
This version of the agent has been fully tested to run properly on these operating systems.
- If you purchased Webroot SecureAnywhere from Best Buy: click here to access the latest download. Or contact Best Buy at 1-888-237-8289 to request your keycode. Be sure to mention your subscription software through Best Buy.
- If you want to request your keycode or installation instructions to be emailed to you: click here to fill out the request form.
- If you are still unable to locate your subscription: please send a message to Webroot Support with the email address that you used to register the software, the date you purchased the software and your first and last name and a member of our support team will assist you further.
Note: If you have multiple operating systems installed on one computer, each operating system you have Webroot installed on would count as another user on a license. For example, if you had three Windows operating systems on one machine, you would want the "3 User" package to protect them all.