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Using the system tray menu

The system tray menu provides access to system status and some common Webroot SecureAnywhere functions. To open the system tray menu, right-click on the Webroot icon TrayClean.jpg, located in the bottom right of your computer desktop.

Note: If the icon does not appear in the system tray, open the main interface, go to Settings, Basic Configuration, and click in the box for Show a system tray icon.

The system tray menu allows you to perform some common tasks, such as opening the main interface to display your computer's security status, scanning your computer for malware, saving scan logs for Webroot diagnostics, and shutting down Webroot SecureAnywhere.