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Norton 360 / internet security 2010/ anti virus 2010 £17.99

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#2
zonealarm+avast or AVG.
Spybot S&D run fairly frequently.

If you're doing home banking, it might be worthwhile downloading a live Linux .ayupiso and burning it to CD, then booting from that. It'll virtually guarantee that you have a clean system.

Don't open links you don't recognize or email attachments unless you've requested them (if someone you know sends you an attachment, write back confirming that they meant to send it).
#3
I would expect this to freeze lol, hands up anyone thats likes norton. Cmon dont be shy we wont laugh honest:P
#4
the new norton is light years away from previous norton products. it was always good as a security package but bogged your pc down far too much. unless you've tried the norton nis 2009/10 then its unfair to critisize it. i've got an old pentium 3 aswell that has the new nis 2009on and you can't even tell it's there. it's that good.

and if you're using avg you might aswell have none on at all. absolute crap. i had a fully paid version on my laptop and it was running really bad. i uninstalled it, installed this new norton and it immediately found 2 trojans avg didnt even recognise. if you're using the free avg, then you're in deep trouble.
#5
Cold because it's a terrible product
#6
AVG is as bad as norton now when it hog your comp, but the new norton is not as bad as the older versions but still bad.

better to use avast or something like that :)
#7
Avira
Zonealarm
Ad-aware

If your going to insist on paying then Eset NOD32
#8
Great deal, not a great product but the deal is good.

Voted hot!
#9
Dont do it,DONT get that card out and buy, you will regret it big time
#10
As a previous posted said, Norton is now a very good AV product. 2009 and later have been a massive improvement on previous versions. Its fast and a very small install.

People shouldnt judge a new product based on previous versions unless they have tried it first hand. Norton 360 v3 (the latest 360) and Norton 2010 are both very, very good and very, very fast!
#11
People shouldnt judge a new product based on previous versions unless they have tried it first hand. Norton 360 v3 (the latest 360) and Norton 2010 are both very, very good and very, very fast!


It's difficult to recover from a bad reputation. I would always choose a free program or at least a trial first before I pay. Norton doesn't do trials, a sign of fear of people finding out it is really not that good?
#12
norton is probably the most un-reliable security system out there. about a month back i had a trojan virus which had turned my whole desktop black and only the "my documents folder" and the norton screen would come up. norton did a search and said it couldnt find anything wrong with the computer.
waste of time and a piece of shi* really.
#13
vit0
Cold because it's a terrible product


No, it is not a terrible product. Do some research before you make such sweeping uninformed comments. I agree Norton used to be so heavy on resources (thus a cumbersome and terrible product) but not the 2010 versions; they truly are a breath of fresh air.

The free products are good, but in most cases paid products are generally better; particularly when new threats are released.
#14
Kaspersky every time. :thumbsup:
#15
phonetic
Kaspersky every time. :thumbsup:


haha! kaspersky! good one. so funny.
#16
pet2000
It's difficult to recover from a bad reputation. I would always choose a free program or at least a trial first before I pay. Norton doesn't do trials, a sign of fear of people finding out it is really not that good?


norton don't do trials? eh. try here.
http://www.symantecstore.com/dr/v2/ec_main.entry25?page=TrialwareUK&client=Symantec&sid=27685
#17
i found it an total waste of time trying to argue the point on here that a paid for full internet security will do a better job and use less resources than 4-5 free bits of software all running at the same time.

like someone said, its hard to recover from such a bad rep.

Norton is also sold by PC World and Currys and targeted on all computer sales.
this just makes things worse!

having installed a few 360 v 3.0 for customers, its way less intrustive than before and covers way more things than the joke that is AVG free.

but people will always go for the free option cos
1-its free
2-it may have never given them any trouble before, despite the fact that the computer could be vulnerable to allsorts.

saying that, the majority of the laptop sales we see are cheap nasty Emachines and Advent ones purely for the use of Facebook and MSN.
even the extended warranty we push is a waste of time cos people think of their laptop as disposable and would rather buy a new one a year or so later than pay £6.99 a month and then have it repaired umpteen times and be without one for possibly 2 or 3 weeks at a time.
#18
I have used Norton IS for 7 years with a bit of Mcafee in between and tried lots of users, use Spybot & Adaware too and a bit of Protowall & blocklist Manager, and I have to say Norton is great it has always been heavy but not any more, and with 2009 & 2010 norton I even use adaware and spybot less. People here just dont like to pay things that you can get free, also people i know who have had problems with norton seem to always be using a warez version which makes me laugh as its a contridiction in terms lol
suspended#19
New Norton is considerably better than previous verions, a lot less resource hungry and substantially better than the free versions out there. AVG etc were good a few years ago as they were less resource hungry but they clog your whole system up. The threats are greater than ever before therefore i want something reliable.
You get nothing for nothing in this world, Its like driving a sportscar on chip fat oil !
#20
Windows security essentials

Minimum system requirements for Microsoft Security Essentials

Operating System: Genuine Windows XP (Service Pack 2 or Service Pack 3); Windows Vista (Gold, Service Pack 1, or Service Pack 2); Windows 7

* For Windows XP, a PC with a CPU[COLOR="Red"] clock speed of 500 MHz or higher, and 256 MB RAM or higher.[/COLOR]
* For Windows Vista and Windows 7, a PC with a CPU clock speed of 1.0 GHz or higher, and 1 GB RAM or higher.
* VGA display of 800 × 600 or higher.
* 140 MB of available hard disk space.
* An Internet connection is required for installation and to download the latest virus and spyware definitions for Microsoft Security Essentials.
* Internet Browser:
o Windows Internet Explorer 6.0 or later.
[COLOR="Red"] o Mozilla Firefox 2.0 or later.[/COLOR]
* Microsoft Security Essentials also supports Windows XP Mode in Windows 7. For more information see the system requirements for Windows XP Mode in Windows 7


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#21
I brought Norton a long time ago and regretted it as i thought it used far too many processes and hogged most of your memory.

Nowadays im quite happy using AVG and Zone Alarm Free edition, so im not likely to waste £17.99 of my money to find out if it has got any better

Oh i haven't voted either way
#22
madmiddle
I brought Norton a long time ago and regretted it as i thought it used far too many processes and hogged most of your memory.

Nowadays im quite happy using AVG and Zone Alarm Free edition, so im not likely to waste £17.99 of my money to find out if it has got any better

Oh i haven't voted either way


From those of us that have used Norton for in excess of 10 years, I would suggest that Norton 2010 is light years away from the resource hogging beast it used to be.
#23
tpol
From those of us that have used Norton for in excess of 10 years, I would suggest that Norton 2010 is light years away from the resource hogging beast it used to be.


If there was a trial version i might give it a go
#24
madmiddle
If there was a trial version i might give it a go


There is a trial version, which you can download. It's on the Symantec/Norton website and is offered via Digital River.

They take your Credit Card details and charge you after the 30 Day trial; but you can cancel anytime after the download and they will instantly advise you that it has been cancelled and you will not be charged.

You can if you wanted buy Genuine Unused TWO Years; 3 User licences only from fleabay for under a Tenner.

In my household we have 6 machines, I have brought TWO of these licences and have installed the trial versions, then just done an 'express renewal' with the licence keys I purchased and I get 731 Days licence, as sweet as a nut.

One word of warning about buying these licences, unless you really need the Norton 360 V3, it is better to get Norton Internet Security 2010. The licences register hassle free on the Symantec servers for NIS 2010, but for the 360s, I think they come pre-registered to your e-mail address and can sometimes cause a hassle.

Try it, you won't regret; for about £5 per year for a wealth of services you can't go wrong can you.
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what is the best one to get:?:?

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