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Managing files in the Webroot File Manager

You can manage synchronized folders and files through the Webroot File Manager, which is an Explorer-type interface available on your computer. The Webroot File Manager enables you to open, copy, move, and delete files in your synchronized folders.

You do not need to connect to the Internet to view the Webroot File Manager. However, when you are connected, you can manage files online and across all your computers that have the Webroot software installed. For example, if you want to access a document that resides on your computer at home and edit the document on your laptop while you're traveling, you can use the Webroot File Manager to open and edit the file.

To open the Webroot File Manager:

  1. Open the main interface.

  2. From the Backup & Sync panel, click Open File Manager.

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    The Webroot File Manager opens. The left panel shows synchronized folders, the Magic Briefcase, the Web Archive, and Deleted Files. If you installed SecureAnywhere on multiple computers, the left panel lists each computer. The right panel shows more detail about whatever you select in the left panel.

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Note: For more information about using the Webroot File Manager, see the Backups User Guide at Webroot's SecureAnywhere Help and Product Guides page.