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Free Upgrade to Norton Internet Security 2011

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If you have a valid subscription to a Norton Product such as Norton Internet Security, you can upgrade to the latest version by going to the Norton Upgrade Center and clicking on the "Update me now" b… Read More
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If you have a valid subscription to a Norton Product such as Norton Internet Security, you can upgrade to the latest version by going to the Norton Upgrade Center and clicking on the "Update me now" button. This will update online you for free to the latest version for the remainder of your subscription.
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#1
Thanks for that.
#2
Cheers for that
#3
#4
Great help - Many thanks OP
#5
me is confused by all the treads in that one

Edited By: highland2010 on Sep 28, 2010 23:59: .
#6
I find Microsoft Security Essentials does a great job...and it's FREE
#7
goto download.com and the update packs are free anyhow
#8
Gouyave_man
I find Microsoft Security Essentials does a great job...and it's FREE

Same here. The best program and FREE!
Norton is the worst security program.If you want paid program,try Kaspersky.
#9
nice. i wonder if mcafee users can do a similar thing?
1 Like #10
Rimi
Norton is the worst security program.If you want paid program,try Kaspersky.


This is a view of someone who hasn't read up on internet security for the last couple of years. Pretty much every magazine and internet source now rates Norton Internet Security the best security tool that money can buy. Things changed with Norton Internet Security 2009 and continued for 2010.

This is a hot deal because you can buy Norton Internet Security 2010 for £22 from Amazon right now.
#11
Going to buy 2010 today, thanks for this
#12
Showboat
Going to buy 2010 today, thanks for this


Costco had it for £15'ish last week.
#13
carleast
Rimi
Norton is the worst security program.If you want paid program,try Kaspersky.

This is a view of someone who hasn't read up on internet security for the last couple of years. Pretty much every magazine and internet source now rates Norton Internet Security the best security tool that money can buy. Things changed with Norton Internet Security 2009 and continued for 2010.

This is a hot deal because you can buy Norton Internet Security 2010 for £22 from Amazon right now.

Carlest- U R Butthead!
I am working for IT companies for 10 years and i know more than you. But no point to disscuss with you.
#14
Rimi
I am working for IT companies for 10 years and i know more than you. But no point to disscuss with you.


I have been working for IT companies for 30 years and I am capable of better grammar than you. possibly because I'm a native English speaker. I also think that Norton Internet Security has been very good since 2009. Before that it was hopeless and made my PC go very slow. Now it is much better behaved and doesn't try to take over my machine to run a scan in the middle of the day when I'm trying to work.
#15
For those who want to try it for 90 days free, you may register your trial it doesn't hurt...

http://buy-static.norton.com/prod/html/partner/ING.html
#16
:DOMG here we go again!! The never ending argument about which one is better.. People **** Norton, they say it cripples your pc, this just isn't true!! maybe in past years, but its a lot lighter now.. I think it all depends what you use your pc for, if a casual user the MSE would be ok.. It wasnt for me, i had the Norton free trial, refused to cough up for sercurity. then i paid for it!! I just bought another new copy of Norton 2010 today(3 user 1 yr) for £22 at Comet.. I think its really usefull with great features.. As for its crap, just look at AVcomparatives.org In 2010 it beat Kapersky, mse and lots of others hands down. Oh yeah ill try the upgrade, heat added :3
#17
Cant see the button what you talk about though. Which product are you upgrading from? I use 2010. All I've got is next to 365days suscription left, ive got "express renewal." I have added heat though, prob me being blind
#18
Does this update overwrite all of my existing Norton 360 v.4 2010, therefore, just leaving me the anti-virus 2011 or does it just update the anti-virus part only ?

thanks

peter
#19
lukem2
Cant see the button what you talk about though … prob me being blind


Click the yellow bar that says UPDATE ME NOW in the box with the headline "Stay current and protected!"
#20
peter2
Does this update overwrite all of my existing Norton 360 v.4 2010, therefore, just leaving me the anti-virus 2011 or does it just update the anti-virus part only ?


No, this detects your Norton products and if there is an update available it will download and update it. If you prefer, you can manually tell it your product and version instead. It will update Norton 360 with Norton 360, NAV with NAV and NIS with NIS.
#21
Showboat
Going to buy 2010 today, thanks for this


Instead of installing 2010 from the CD, you can go to this site and tell it that you have Norton Internet Security 2010 when it fails to detect a Norton product so that it downloads 2011 for you to install. You can then just enter the key from the 2010 package to license it. I have done this myself rather than installing 2010 and then upgrading it to 2011.
#22
Thanks for posting
#23
thanks for that
#24
Norton product version updates are always free to existing customers. I'm a big fan of Norton but would advise that the 2010 version is slightly lighter and easier to use than the 2011 version.

Steve
#25
doublecuffs
Rimi
I am working for IT companies for 10 years and i know more than you. But no point to disscuss with you.


I have been working for IT companies for 30 years and I am capable of better grammar than you. possibly because I'm a native English speaker. I also think that Norton Internet Security has been very good since 2009. Before that it was hopeless and made my PC go very slow. Now it is much better behaved and doesn't try to take over my machine to run a scan in the middle of the day when I'm trying to work.


Rimi, you've been beaten down by a native.

Doublecuffs been in IT for 30 years when the Internet was, well, like the wild west, and Norton wasn't even a glint in the inventor's eye.
#26
god i hate this software causes more issues with peoples pc`s than windows itself - go ESET best i seen.
#27
doublecuffs
Rimi
I am working for IT companies for 10 years and i know more than you. But no point to disscuss with you.


I have been working for IT companies for 30 years and I am capable of better grammar than you. possibly because I'm a native English speaker. I also think that Norton Internet Security has been very good since 2009. Before that it was hopeless and made my PC go very slow. Now it is much better behaved and doesn't try to take over my machine to run a scan in the middle of the day when I'm trying to work.


If you have been working in IT for 30 years and say that Norton is now good, you are clearly lying about the first part. No fricking idiot who works in IT approves of Norton! NOD32 is everyone's choice including enthusiasts.

Speaking of grammar, who are you to talk when you can not write properly.

I have been working for IT companies for 30 years and I am capable of better grammar than you. - , expected p - If . used, P expectedossibly because I'm - I am expected a native English speaker. I also - usage incorrect. You have not 'thought' about anything in the first sentence think that Norton Internet Security has been very good since 2009. Before that it was hopeless and made my PC go - run expected very slow. Now it is much better behaved - it behaves much better expected and doesn't - does not try to take over my machine to run a scan in the middle of the day when I'm - I am trying to work.

Edited By: zahidworld on Oct 09, 2010 20:47: x
#28
doublecuffs
Rimi
I am working for IT companies for 10 years and i know more than you. But no point to disscuss with you.


I have been working for IT companies for 30 years and I am capable of better grammar than you. possibly because I'm a native English speaker. I also think that Norton Internet Security has been very good since 2009. Before that it was hopeless and made my PC go very slow. Now it is much better behaved and doesn't try to take over my machine to run a scan in the middle of the day when I'm trying to work.


Not really interested in all the BS going on but the bold bit is a classic!
#29
Wow.
Can't believe so many people use Internet Security.

I replaced my Internet Security Suite with plain common sense long ago ;)
#30
Cheers for this :)

Switched to Norton 2010 after having used Bullguard and ESET the last few years as I got it for a bargain price, amazing to see how much they've improved it since the old days.

Again, good reviews all round for Norton 2011 which is good to see

http://www.pcpro.co.uk/reviews/software/361192/norton-internet-security-2011

http://whatlaptop.techradar.com/news/norton-internet-security-2011-review-08-09-10

http://www.softwarecrew.co.uk/2010/09/review-norton-internet-security-2011-why-its-our-pick-of-the-current-security-suites/

http://download.cnet.com/Norton-Internet-Security-2011/3000-18510_4-10592551.html

Edited By: kharma45 on Oct 10, 2010 00:00: Added links
#31
Fank yoo, great help and find! heat
#32
woo hoo all updated great find :3
#33
doublecuffs
peter2
Does this update overwrite all of my existing Norton 360 v.4 2010, therefore, just leaving me the anti-virus 2011 or does it just update the anti-virus part only ?
No, this detects your Norton products and if there is an update available it will download and update it. If you prefer, you can manually tell it your product and version instead. It will update Norton 360 with Norton 360, NAV with NAV and NIS with NIS.
Still cant see it, here's a screen printhttp://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m51/scouseno1/screenprint.jpg
#34
lukem2
Still cant see it…


Click on the "go to deal" button at the top of this page or else point your browser here:
http://updatecenter.norton.com

Then you'll see it.

:)
#35
Hey i found it! It's better if you click on the "windows" start icon. Then hover on the Norton sercurity icon. At the bottom it says, well you can see. i done a screen print.. Thanks so much by the way doulblecuffs
#36
http://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m51/scouseno1/norton2.jpg
#37
Be very careful. Symantec dont give freebies away. When you buy a product you buy the license. You may be opening yourself up to info stealers and hackers
#38
lukem2
http://i101.photobucket.com/albums/m51/scouseno1/norton2.jpg
Cool, never knew about that. Oh, and for shame for using IE 8 :P
#39
I DOWNLOAD IT LAST NIGHT ,,IT WAS CRAP CRASE MY COMPUTOR IT AS COST ME £50 TO SORT,,
#40
thanks for info.

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