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Norton Internet Security £19 instore or save 3% via Topcashback or 6% Quidco. Down from £39.97 @ Tesco.
Norton Internet Security £19 instore or  save 3% via Topcashback or 6% Quidco. Down from £39.97 @ Tesco.

Norton Internet Security £19 instore or save 3% via Topcashback or 6% Quidco. Down from £39.97 @ Tesco.

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As copied from Tesco.com. Now I know there are a lot of haters out there of Norton but either way I thought it was a good price.

Brand Symantec
Feature 1 New! Norton Insight- Intelligence-driven for faster, fewer, shorter scansBy leveraging a unique online intelligence system, Norton Insight technology targets only those files at risk. New! Pulse Updates-Pulse Updates for the most up-to-the-minute protection - Delivered every 5 to 15 minutes to detect and eliminate new threats. Improved! Identity Protection- Blocks online identity theftBuy, bank, and browse online wherever and whenever you want. Protection, Improved! Virus, Worm,Spyware, Bot and other Threat Protection Stops viruses, worms, spyware, bots, and moreKeeps your system protected against all types of malicious threats. Browser Protection-Blocks browser exploits and protects against infected Web sitesSurf the Internet with confidence. New! Smart Scheduler-Stays out of your way Performs noncritical security tasks when your computer is idle and then pausing when you resume use Norton Internet Security 2009 is fast, comprehensive, and up-to-the-minute protection against online threats. It safeguards your computer, your identity, and your home network without slowing you down. Completely reengineered, it sets a new standard for speed and makes online shopping, banking, and browsing safer and more convenient than ever.
Number of Users 1
PC Security Antivirus, Antispyware and Antiphising
Product Depth 1.5 cm 96
Product Height 19 cm 96
Product Width 13.5 cm 96
Subscription Period 1 Year
Type of Software PC Security

15 Comments

Original Poster

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/1003/mikey_2811/IMAG0087.jpg

A picture from instore.

Original Poster

ah tou che. I didnt know.

Original Poster

why has my title changed without a reason?

Mikey_2811;6044598

why has my title changed without a reason?



changed to what? seems to make sense

Original Poster

its ok sorted now : )

three friends all keep catching viruses and all using norton not recommended at all

Yeah keep this rubish away from your computer.

Original Poster

well anyone can say its rubbish without actually explaining why. I've had norton before and never had any problems. If they keep catching virus' its probably due to the type of sites they visit.

Mikey_2811;6044994

well anyone can say its rubbish without actually explaining why. I've had … well anyone can say its rubbish without actually explaining why. I've had norton before and never had any problems. If they keep catching virus' its probably due to the type of sites they visit.



Actually i'm willing to admit it looks likei'm wrong on this one and they've made real efforts to improve over their previously shocking editions,

pcpro.co.uk/rev…009

you tried installing it and i mean ALL off it. I uninstalled it searched the registry and it was still scattered everywhere and it let through ANYTHING.

use AVG Free, it's free and does a much better job than norton imo

Plenty of free options for domestic users out there. AVG, Avast and comodo are all excellent.

I use norton 3.0 as of the past 2 months. Did have 2.0 and found it made the computer lag. no probs with new one.
everyone has there own opinon of what is good and what is bad.

Mikey_2811;6044994

well anyone can say its rubbish without actually explaining why. I've had … well anyone can say its rubbish without actually explaining why. I've had norton before and never had any problems. If they keep catching virus' its probably due to the type of sites they visit.



Yep probably type of sites people are using but that said I stopped using it about 18 months
ago because it slowed the pc down to a crawl, kept losing network settings and genreally wanted to take over the whole computer, this happend on a number of PC's I deal with at work and just caused me hassel so it went, we now use AVG which you can get free if your a home user.

Original Poster

yea i know what you mean. they can be system resource hogs and unless you have a pretty new pc they will kill it. that i agree. any chance of an unexpire?
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