Norton Antivirus 2012/13 6 Months FREE!
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Norton Antivirus 2012/13 6 Months FREE!

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Found 25th May 2013
6-month Norton AntiVirus offer is available to new customers only!*
*For existing users just use new email

This is the full version but you get 6 months FREE


NOTE
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1. Visit URL (LINK IN POST #7)
2. Download Norton Antivirus 6 Months Installer
3. Install & enter details/email and activate

Then just update to 2013 and your license should still work
Enjoy!

20 Comments

Voted hot - probably the only one - but no sign of this 180 free trial can only see 30 day free trials

can you give us a direct link? thanks

cold, worst anti virus ever!

How to slow down your equipment with one rubbish program

Try Avira, Avast or the built in antivirus with Zonealarm, all free.

daveaugood

cold, worst anti virus ever!



what do you recommend please?

Sambat

How to slow down your equipment with one rubbish program




what do you recommend please?

Original Poster

kas786

Voted hot - probably the only one - but no sign of this 180 free trial … Voted hot - probably the only one - but no sign of this 180 free trial can only see 30 day free trialscan you give us a direct link? thanks



Try this link: Norton

i would recommend Windows Security Essentials if you have Windows 7/8, also free. I hope no one installs Norton, it is terrible software.
Edited by: "carsick77" 25th May 2013

Ice Cold because I am fed up of uninstalling the trial version of Norton every time a friend or family member buys a new laptop.
The worst Antivirus software ever.
Edited by: "redsnappa" 25th May 2013

norton sucks. i recommend Avast + AdAware. both free.

I also use windows security essentials never let me down yet

y use this windows security essentials is moire relaiable

AVB or Avast.

Not only is it crazy to pay for AV, when better ones are free, but Norton is slow, clunky, and will spread itself over everything.

It will install all kinds of meaningless rubbish, it'll to change your chosen search engine to Ask (or whoever's paying them this week, and you'll never, ever get rid of it.

COLD, Cold, COLD!!!!

Norton has come on massively. I find it a great AV. Years ago Norton and Mcafee were terrible, norton have really stepped it up and I don't find any lag etc. off it. Hot

neon7871

Norton has come on massively. I find it a great AV. Years ago Norton and … Norton has come on massively. I find it a great AV. Years ago Norton and Mcafee were terrible, norton have really stepped it up and I don't find any lag etc. off it. Hot




i agree Norton has really changed, it is not a resource hog anymore.

kingkai

i agree Norton has really changed, it is not a resource hog anymore.



yeah I have norton on mine and no problems of slowing down, it does checks and blocke malware sites, what's not to like?

yasuort1

yeah I have norton on mine and no problems of slowing down, it does … yeah I have norton on mine and no problems of slowing down, it does checks and blocke malware sites, what's not to like?



The price.

Free for six months, then pay for six months ... while even if you're right, that it has improved, others have scored better in independent tests (consistently) , and are free.

And I'll bet Norton STILL interferes with other programmes and changes your default search - because that never a 'fault', it was always selling piggybacks to crap software comapanies.

Like paying £1000 a year to Sky and STILL getting 15 minutes of adverts an hour

Edited by: "Quadrille" 27th May 2013

riversidestrikers

what do you recommend please?



Just use Microsoft's Security Essentials, it built in on Windows 8

Quadrille

The price.Free for six months, then pay for six months ... while even if … The price.Free for six months, then pay for six months ... while even if you're right, that it has improved, others have scored better in independent tests (consistently) , and are free.And I'll bet Norton STILL interferes with other programmes and changes your default search - because that never a 'fault', it was always selling piggybacks to crap software comapanies.Like paying £1000 a year to Sky and STILL getting 15 minutes of adverts an hour



You can disable anything norton tries to add on when you set it up easily, and luckily for me mine's paid for by company
but yeah when it runs out I'll have a look at stuff you've recommended
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