Webroot spysweeper

Discussion in 'Spyware' started by PattiChati, Oct 2, 2005.

  1. PattiChati

    PattiChati Guest

    I apologize if this posted twice, I never saw it on the posting site.
    I have read that spysweeper can slow down your computer, has anyone had any
    experience with this? I want to buy it, but not if it slows things down.
    Thanks.
     
    PattiChati, Oct 2, 2005
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  2. From: "PattiChati" <>

    | I apologize if this posted twice, I never saw it on the posting site.
    | I have read that spysweeper can slow down your computer, has anyone had any
    | experience with this? I want to buy it, but not if it slows things down.
    | Thanks.
    |

    Based upon your News Client (Your using OE6) if you post a subject spelled exactly as a
    previous post from another date (upper and lowercase chars. are significant) the subsequent
    post falls under the previous thread.

    That's what happened to your 1st post "Webroot Spy Sweeper".
    It fell under the same named thread started on; Wednesday, September 28, by; Dick Harrison
     
    David H. Lipman, Oct 2, 2005
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  3. PattiChati

    Nocturnal Guest

    From personal use and using it to remove spyware on various computers around
    my job, Spy Sweeper is indeed a resource hog and can slow down your computer
    tremendously.
     
    Nocturnal, Oct 2, 2005
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  4. PattiChati

    mntg3105 Guest

    I have read that spysweeper can slow down your computer

    Not mine!



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    mntg3105, Oct 3, 2005
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  5. PattiChati

    Goforitdude Guest

    Yeah, seems to run pretty good for me. Has less of a memory "footprint" than
    MS antispyware software and doesn't seem to slow my system down. I play
    resource intensive games while leaving spysweeper running in the background.
    No issues yet.
     
    Goforitdude, Oct 7, 2005
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