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1 Like #1
the go to deal link doesn't seem to work
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#2
Will they send you Norton if you cancel within 3 months?
#3
I don't think getting Norton for free is a deal.

You can get Syphilis for free too.
#4
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#5
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#6
Sounds tempting. I am cancelling my order from play for Kaspersky 2011 £16.99 and giving this a go.
Thanks OP you just saved me £16 :-)

Edited By: asandino on Sep 27, 2010 12:46: ordered
#7
Spies
I don't think getting Norton for free is a deal.

You can get Syphilis for free too.


Totally agree, I have spent the past week removing Norton products from 6 friends computers. Truely awful product.
#8
It's hot for me as I was going to buy Norton at some stage soon. Others may prefer other set ups, and lots of people get really uptight about which anti-virus to use! But for me it's as close to being free as I need.
#9
lol at the norton bashers again..

norton has progressed loads since the old days, for £1 this is the best av package you could get..

you keep your blinkers on and think its still no good and il happily take advantage off all the great offers like this.. ;)
banned#10
Why do people keep spewing out of date mantra....Do some up to date research.

Norton has been redesigned and doesn't suffer from previous problems.
1 Like #11
pimpMe
Spies
I don't think getting Norton for free is a deal.You can get Syphilis for free too.
Totally agree, I have spent the past week removing Norton products from 6 friends computers. Truely awful product.

if it took you a week to remove norton 6 times, then i suggest you don't have very much computer expertise.

nothing wrong with norton these days, but obviously some people have had a bad experience that they aren't able to let go of.
#12
when i click on the link it offers me a toolkit not the norton anyone else got the same result before i order.
1 Like #13
norton does it for me i will be checking this out
#14
Old pre installed oem versions of norton were nasty boogers, left crap all over the shop, heard nothing but good things about the latest version.
good deal op hot for me,
1 Like #15
archer1204
when i click on the link it offers me a toolkit not the norton anyone else got the same result before i order.
Same here,but I think they always say free gift may be substituted on all their offers.Similar post on here earlier for 6 issues of Autoexpress and that offer has now changed from Digital tyre presure gauge to the imfamous 'Toolkit'.when you have got 3 toolkits the novelty wears off.
#16
archer1204
when i click on the link it offers me a toolkit not the norton anyone else got the same result before i order.


click the link in the 2nd post..
1 Like #17
sil0
Old pre installed oem versions of norton were nasty boogers, left crap all over the shop, heard nothing but good things about the latest version.
good deal op hot for me,


Once bitten twice shy. Yes, I had a deeply unpleasant experience with Norton Systemworks a few years ago. F****d the system up so badly, ended up having to wipe my hard drive and start again from scratch.

I did give a much newer Norton anti-virus another go (with reservations) last year and while it didn't destroy my operating system like last time, I found it to be much more of a resource-hog than the free AVG anti-virus.

Personally I still find Norton software to be questionable products and even though they may have improved a lot, considering how truly god-awful they used to be and are now merely average, I am amazed they have been able to stay in business.

Edited By: andyken on Sep 27, 2010 15:51: .
#18
andyken
sil0
Old pre installed oem versions of norton were nasty boogers, left crap all over the shop, heard nothing but good things about the latest version.
good deal op hot for me,


Once bitten twice shy. Yes, I had a deeply unpleasant experience with Norton Systemworks a few years ago. F****d the system up so badly, ended up having to wipe my hard drive and start again from scratch.

I did give a much newer Norton anti-virus another go (with reservations) last year and while it didn't destroy my operating system like last time, I found it to be much more of a resource-hog than the free AVG anti-virus.

Personally I still find Norton software to be questionable products and even though they may have improved a lot, considering how truly god-awful they used to be and are now merely average, I am amazed they have been able to stay in business.


lol. new versions are no where near resource hungry anymore..
1 Like #19
if you want to cancel after you get your subscription without using the 0844 number here is the direct number...

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#20
slamdunkin
Why do people keep spewing out of date mantra....Do some up to date research.

Norton has been redesigned and doesn't suffer from previous problems.


We are constantly getting updated versions of SEP 11, Symantec New wonderful piece of crap antivirus.

Every time we get a virus (dealing with a very very large user base, over 50,000 stations), we have to send the virus to symantec, but usually use another free program to remove the virus from the station. Symantec AV defs always seem to be behind everyone elses by atleast 3 or 4 days, not good when you have such a large user base.

If you want to keep your system safe from Virus's go get another product. I wouldnt take symantec if you were giving me it for free :)
#21
pimpMe
Totally agree, I have spent the past week removing Norton products from 6 friends computers. Truely awful product.

Me three. There is a a time and a place for anti-virus software, but Norton and McAfee cause more problems than they solve. There are many free programs available that work a lot better.

Edited By: MrPuddington on Sep 27, 2010 20:47: Typo
#22
I must admit I'm surprised most people don't just use Microsoft Security Essentials. It's free, reasonably effective, has low resource usage, and (apart from independent security product vendors) few people seem to complain about it. Seems like a no-brainer to me, unless you really want to pay for some other product; even then, I'd start with MSE. (And it seems doubtful that many people actually care much about security suites.)
#23
Norton = Most bloated, overprotective antivirus ever
#24
£1 to cripple your PC...eek.
#25
Spies
I don't think getting Norton for free is a deal.

You can get Syphilis for free too.


IS THAT BETTER THAN AVG? LOL
#26
avg is free......
#27
I'd prefer to have a virus than Norton. Microsoft Security Essentials is the way to go at the moment. Be sure to turn off automatic scanning to stop it from slowing your system down through needless scans. To be honest nothing seems to pick up most of the malware that's out there right now. Keep your Java and Adobe products up to date, make sure you have ran all the recent Windows updates and don't click on anything that says "free" or "sex."
#28
bet you guys wonder what half the products posted on here are dont you..

mobile phones.. dvds, cds,, flat screen tvs etc.

must all still be record players and betamax where you lot live as boy your in the dark ages...........
#29
Superb deal..Heat added.

I was using Norton Internet Security for the past 4 years .. No issues till now.:)

Need to admit that Norton products improved a lot in the last couple of years. very good detection and removal rate. I will recomment Norton over any other Internet Security, even better than Kaspersky.
#30
hamkam

if it took you a week to remove norton 6 times, then i suggest you don't have very much computer expertise..


I have a job and a life, removing sh*te anti virus products is not part of either, i merely do it to help others who couldn't remove it from thier systems.

Norton and Mcafee uninstallers in themselves should be labelled virus's, utter crap.

If your happy paying for anti virus software good luck to you, in my experience a fool and his money are easily parted. ;)
#31
cenderis
I must admit I'm surprised most people don't just use Microsoft Security Essentials. It's free, reasonably effective, has low resource usage, and (apart from independent security product vendors) few people seem to complain about it. Seems like a no-brainer to me, unless you really want to pay for some other product; even then, I'd start with MSE. (And it seems doubtful that many people actually care much about security suites.)


I dumped AVG for MSE and my PC runs quicker now. Shaved about 20 seconds off start up too whilst AVG did whatever it did.
#32
pimpMe
hamkam

if it took you a week to remove norton 6 times, then i suggest you don't have very much computer expertise..


I have a job and a life, removing sh*te anti virus products is not part of either, i merely do it to help others who couldn't remove it from thier systems.

Norton and Mcafee uninstallers in themselves should be labelled virus's, utter crap.

If your happy paying for anti virus software good luck to you, in my experience a fool and his money are easily parted. ;)


if you cant spare a pound for one of the best av packages atm then i suggest you could start charging your friends to fix there pcs.... ;)
#33
ordered ty, ive never had a problem with norton, great product....
#34
m00nie
bet you guys wonder what half the products posted on here are dont you..

mobile phones.. dvds, cds,, flat screen tvs etc.

must all still be record players and betamax where you lot live as boy your in the dark ages...........


I'm guessing just cause a lot of ppl dont like Norton, doesnt mean we're in the dark ages, just more experienced.

Some of us work in the computer industry, btw what are DVDs, CDs etc... I bet they never take off just like those colour tv thingys :)
#35
never deal with computer shopper. i would rather get free anti virus then doing this subscription cold for me.
#36
flintstone
m00nie
bet you guys wonder what half the products posted on here are dont you..

mobile phones.. dvds, cds,, flat screen tvs etc.

must all still be record players and betamax where you lot live as boy your in the dark ages...........


I'm guessing just cause a lot of ppl dont like Norton, doesnt mean we're in the dark ages, just more experienced.

Some of us work in the computer industry, btw what are DVDs, CDs etc... I bet they never take off just like those colour tv thingys :)


lol i love it when ever a topic on this comes up people bring out there jobs....

half the people that reply turn out to not have even tried norton since it came pre installed on a pc they owned 10 years ago..

if you really think its still resource hungy and bloated and not very good then i dont know what you claim to be more experienced than.. a goldfish maybe.....
#37
check out the following post from theonlytazman, better value for your £

http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/get-full-internet-security-suites-l/766274
#38
flintstone
check out the following post from theonlytazman, better value for your £

http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/get-full-internet-security-suites-l/766274


so in all your experience you prefer to suggest mcafee lol...



Edited By: m00nie on Sep 27, 2010 22:21:  
#39
The last Norton product I used was their Internet Security package in 2008 and that was a complete system hog.

Microsoft Security Essentials is now free, has worked fine for me so far using less resources.
#40
m00nie
flintstone
check out the following post from theonlytazman, better value for your £
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so in all your experience you prefer to suggest mcafee lol...




if you read the post, I dont recommend any of them, I just point ppl to an alternative to Norton, unlike yourself who is just trolling and as much use as Norton in this subject

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