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Norton 360 2014 3 User 1 Year (Boxed) £29.99 @ Totalcomputing

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• Only £29.99 normally £59.99 - HALF PRICE while stocks last • This will upgrade or renew your Norton 360 installation to 2014 • We provide genuine software with the CD and license key • Not a down…
Bargainmaster Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago16 Comments
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Have used AVG free edition for many years and have never had a single problem..
Agent47
Norton is ****, Microsoft security essentials is better and its FREE!

What he said .
Norton is very good these days. I use it on my laptop .
Used 360 for several years -no complaints - had AVG and all off those rubbish free sec. with non-stop ad pop ups - never again - good find OP
Gazmando
Are you sure Microsoft Security Essentials is better, Agent47?
I looked at loads of testing sites and Norton Internet Security came out on top so I went with that.
I know Norton was slagged off in the past but I think they've upped their game a lot since those days.
Well said some,blinkered people on here
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Norton 360 2013 3 PC's 1 Year - Retail packed £29.99 @ Totalcomputing

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Good price for latest Norton 360, only a few quid more than best prices for Norton Internet Security 2013. Worth considering for those wanting new security package but not looking to get one free wit…
venkman1984 Avatar4y, 2w agoFound 4 years, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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JonCollett
Professional software houses don't use free anti virus software - lots use Norton products because they are reliable, and have back up if needed. 360 is much more than anti virus - where virus protection is concerned, in my opinion you get what you pay for.

The sort people who skim on spending £30 a year on decent protection, are the sort of people who have a £30,000 car and put £30 tyres on it - it takes all sorts I guess.
Disinformation I'm afraid. Most of the major AV houses prohibit use of their free-AV products by any commercial organisation. That's the reason and a clue that many of them would if they could.

And I'm a guy who puts £80 tyres on a £2,000 car.
Professional software houses don't use free anti virus software - lots use Norton products because they are reliable, and have back up if needed. 360 is much more than anti virus - where virus protection is concerned, in my opinion you get what you pay for.

The sort people who skim on spending £30 a year on decent protection, are the sort of people who have a £30,000 car and put £30 tyres on it - it takes all sorts I guess.
Personally I don't go to Norton... I think Norton is serviving only with corporate customers!!!!
carpenterracing1
That and the fact people want proper Internet Security,
Yes, and that does not equal Norton. In fact the reverse - it is a danger to go with the leading brands just because they are the ones the virus writers are most likely to seek to circumnavigate.

Remember - Norton charge because they pay the manufacturers to build their products into PCs to trap users into subscribing rather than making an informed choice on the best protection. Some may call that a scam. And scammers can feel a chill wind ....
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