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This is the cheapest price I can find for Norton Internet Security 2011.

Simply purchase the 2010 version from Amazon for £22.19 and you'll be eligible for a free upgrade to NIS 2011.

This is the 3 user, 1 year version.

Bargain!
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#1
Get MSE for free, never had a problem
#2
And here's how you get the free upgrade to NIS 2011.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/freebies/free-upgrade-to-norton-internet-sec/766974

Great deals on this everywhere at the moment. Now's the time to buy as you can use the serial to renew when your existing subscription expires, you don't have to activate it now.
#3
canada16
Get MSE for free, never had a problem


It helps if you add a link.

Get Microsoft Security Essentials here.
#4
canada16
Get MSE for free, never had a problem

MSE is mainly anti virus and malware support.

A full internet security suite covers more than that.
#5
Norton products are over-hyped, over-marketed bloatware. As for MSE being inadequate, with the Windows Firewall and Defender turned on, you are about as secure as you can get.

Unfortunately, you can't protect a PC from morons that click "install this plugin to view our free p0rn!", or peeps that torrent mp3's that have .exe extensions etc. Most cases of infection are down to user stupidity and ignorance and no amount of MacNorton Super Turbo Ninja Anti-Baddie software that hogs 50% of your system resources will help them.
#6
pay £22 for a virus...no thanks, lol
#7
guilbert53
canada16
Get MSE for free, never had a problem
MSE is mainly anti virus and malware support.A full internet security suite covers more than that.

you mean it includes bloatware....how much of it do you REALLY need.....ive used free antivirus (avast) and firewall for years (zone alarm, now pc tools) for 15+ years and NEVER had a problem, whereas I had a lot of problems years back when i had a paid for copy of nortons installed

you have to think....this is all running in background and therefore is slowing down my pc....what is it REALLY doing...dont be fooled by marketing bull either
#8
PatkW - spot on, couldnt agree more
#9
Whilst Norton was indeed very system heavy pre 2008/9, recently it has stepped up its game and is now one of the least intensive on the market while offering good anti virus and firewall capabilities. GUI is a bit clunky though.
#10
bob_hoskins
Whilst Norton was indeed very system heavy pre 2008/9, recently it has stepped up its game and is now one of the least intensive on the market while offering good anti virus and firewall capabilities. GUI is a bit clunky though.

absoutely dont agree, you must work for symantec....where's the proof?

ive installed nortons products prost 2008/9 and they are just the same old virus-like resource sapping apps

Edited By: royals on Oct 08, 2010 13:13: r
banned#11
bob_hoskins
Whilst Norton was indeed very system heavy pre 2008/9, recently it has stepped up its game and is now one of the least intensive on the market while offering good anti virus and firewall capabilities. GUI is a bit clunky though.

+1

much better now but this deal is well pricey
#12
royals
bob_hoskins
Whilst Norton was indeed very system heavy pre 2008/9, recently it has stepped up its game and is now one of the least intensive on the market while offering good anti virus and firewall capabilities. GUI is a bit clunky though.


absoutely dont agree, you must work for symantec....where's the proof?

ive installed nortons products prost 2008/9 and they are just the same old virus-like resource sapping apps


Try Here

And Here

And Here

No offence but i'd trust their reviews and opinions more than yours.

Personally I like Kaspersky as it has been consistently good for many years now.
banned#13
yorkie
royals
bob_hoskins
Whilst Norton was indeed very system heavy pre 2008/9, recently it has stepped up its game and is now one of the least intensive on the market while offering good anti virus and firewall capabilities. GUI is a bit clunky though.


absoutely dont agree, you must work for symantec....where's the proof?

ive installed nortons products prost 2008/9 and they are just the same old virus-like resource sapping apps


Try Here

And Here

And Here

No offence but i'd trust their reviews and opinions more than yours.

Personally I like Kaspersky as it has been consistently good for many years now.

+1

some people like living in the past I suppose

I prefer KS too, especially as Barclays give it free (I have a dormant barclays account lol)
#14
Voted hot. Thanks for posting.

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