How can i close my F-secure on my laptop? I have to press ctrl+alt+del to close it

figtreefigtree Posts: 8 New Member

How can i close my F-secure on my laptop please/  I have to press Ctrl+Alt+Del.  I think it may be the Windows 10 safety check logo/shield as it always has an exclamation mark on it, not sure.  Can someone help me please?

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  • SimonSimon Posts: 2,612 Superuser
    Accepted Answer

    You can open the main FS window, select Tools then 'Turn off all security features'.  Does that not work, or do what you want? 

    UkkoJaims

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  • UkkoUkko Posts: 2,999 Superuser

    Hello,

     

    Sorry for my reply. I am only an F-Secure user (their home solutions).

     

    How can i close my F-secure on my laptop please/  I have to press Ctrl+Alt+Del. 

    Your previous topic:

    was about "closing" after scanning. There was also a suggestion about steps to close the window(?) (process?) by starting with Ctrl+Alt+Del.

     

    So, is your concern still about closing after scanning?

     

    If "yes", what is the trouble to close it? Usually, when scan is completed - there is a button "Close".

    If you trying to close during scan process ("to stop" / cancel scan, in fact) - there can be a huge delay with result. This is based on fact that certain "large" file can be already with on-going analysing and scanning (with not direct access to it) and can be some files at once. Thus, until scan for this file (or items) is not completed - scan will not be stopped / will not be canceled. For example, if there is a really large file (GB size) - such a delay can be quite long (in addition to warm system itself and its responsibility during this).

     

    I think it may be the Windows 10 safety check logo/shield as it always has an exclamation mark on it, not sure

    It can be about anything else. For example, some  other built-in things.

    But you could try to open Windows Security Center and check what is with exclamation status. And what is suggested action. // Or... did you mean that such a sign on AV protection field (if so - you can anyway to open it and check what is wrong)?

     

    Thanks!

    SimonJaimsDawidFS
  • figtreefigtree Posts: 8 New Member

    Have not yet attempted your advice zo solve the prblem, but will leet you know.  many thanks.

    Ukko
  • figtreefigtree Posts: 8 New Member

    Will do, many thanks

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