Norton Internet Security - 3 Users - Argos, Was £49.99 Now £19.99
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Norton Internet Security - 3 Users - Argos, Was £49.99 Now £19.99

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Found 23rd Apr 2014
Product description / spec

Protect your computer from any potential threats with this Norton 360 All in One Internet Security. Lasting 1 year and able to install on 3 different computers, this Norton pack will guarantee to stop viruses, spyware, trojans and other harmful devices from harming your PC's performance and taking personal information.

Provides protection against: viruses, spyware and trojans and phishing.
3 user licence key.
Software licence activated for 1 year.

Minimum PC system requirements:

Windows XP or later operating system.
1GHz processor speed.
256MB RAM.
300MB available hard disk space.
EAN: 5397039300207.

Additional Information

This item is excluded from the 30 day money back guarantee. See the Additional Information panel for full details. Please note that this product is excluded from our 30 Day Money Back Guarantee. This does not affect your statutory rights.

Good Price as the 1 User ones seems to be the same price, also states FREE Delivery

This is not Norton 360. It is the much cheaper Norton Internet Security which does not have the same features.
That's what happens when you lift the description from the website which posters are asked not to do.
- jdbigguy

26 Comments

Heat Added.
Edited by: "MitchellT" 23rd Apr 2014

Don't like Norton - but a great deal - Heat added

Also if you use Norton a cheap way of renewing.
You dont have to use the activation code immediately although Norton do now add the remaining subscription period on so you dont loose out renewing early.
There will be the usual "discussion" about free AV programs etc but this offer is a good deal for the product

I used to work as a Secretary at a University and remember the IT technicians there saying that Norton was a big 'no, no'! Since getting that advice from them, I have never purchased it, however, perhaps it has improved since then.

i dont like norton niether, slows systems right down

Original Poster

They also do the 360 Multi-Device (3 Users) , reduced from £69.99 to £29.99

argos.co.uk/sta…htm

rogparki

Don't like Norton - but a great deal - Heat added


I thought he was good in American History X though

The product changed radically 3/4 years ago for the better . Agree the old Norton AV was a terrible resource hog.

Sophiasky

I used to work as a Secretary at a University and remember the IT … I used to work as a Secretary at a University and remember the IT technicians there saying that Norton was a big 'no, no'! Since getting that advice from them, I have never purchased it, however, perhaps it has improved since then.

rarrar

The product changed radically 3/4 years ago for the better . Agree the … The product changed radically 3/4 years ago for the better . Agree the old Norton AV was a terrible resource hog.



Thought that might be the case, as I left the university 17 years ago a month before my eldest daughter was born.

Sophiasky

I used to work as a Secretary at a University and remember the IT … I used to work as a Secretary at a University and remember the IT technicians there saying that Norton was a big 'no, no'! Since getting that advice from them, I have never purchased it, however, perhaps it has improved since then.



It has, which people still don't understand.

Banned

emma1487

i dont like norton niether, slows systems right down

never had a problem with norton, never slowed my PC down!

damo1972

never had a problem with norton, never slowed my PC down!



I don't believe it.

Cold as its not free.

damo1972

never had a problem with norton, never slowed my PC down!



Haven't used Norton or McAfee anti virus products since back in the day when windows XP was brand new.
Both of them were complete p.o.s bloated to hell and caused a lot of slow down, norton has always been decent at detecting stuff but my god was it bad in every other aspect back then.
Haven't touched either since those days but with how fast computers are today they could still be bloated and slow and you wouldn't really notice it.
Not worth paying for anti virus software, there are free ones which are just as capable for your average home user. If you find the free ones don't offer you enough protection for your home internet use, you should probably stop doing whatever it is that keeps getting you infected.

Argos say it's the Norton 360 but it is only for Norton Internet Security. They are two different programs and the 360 is more expensive £59.99 at Argos argos.co.uk/sta…htm
Argos has got their description wrong again. Shame on you Argos.
Having said that even for the non 360 this is a good price.

no need to pay for it these days

skykid3

no need to pay for it these days



Clarify please. By "it" do you mean Norton, sex or internet security software in general?

Bloat ware

jdbigguy

Clarify please. By "it" do you mean Norton, sex or internet security … Clarify please. By "it" do you mean Norton, sex or internet security software in general?



thousand apologies

I meant internet security software in general

jdbigguy

Clarify please. By "it" do you mean Norton, sex or internet security … Clarify please. By "it" do you mean Norton, sex or internet security software in general?



How strange that you chose sex as something you may or may not be able to get for free in relation to the other two..

Main problem these days is ID theft , people falling for scam emails/phone calls and being utterly click happy when installing free software, riddling their computer with adware and PUPs.
About 90% of my repairs are now removing browser hijackers, toolbars, and PC speed boosters cos few realize that free software isn't free, if you're not paying, someone else is by having their crap software tagged onto it.
Use whatever virus protection you want but READ EACH SECTION of every software installer you click on before you hit next or accept.
So much of my day is spent running adwcleaner/roguekiller/hitmanpro/malware bytes/jrt

slackrat77

Main problem these days is ID theft , people falling for scam … Main problem these days is ID theft , people falling for scam emails/phone calls and being utterly click happy when installing free software, riddling their computer with adware and PUPs.About 90% of my repairs are now removing browser hijackers, toolbars, and PC speed boosters cos few realize that free software isn't free, if you're not paying, someone else is by having their crap software tagged onto it.Use whatever virus protection you want but READ EACH SECTION of every software installer you click on before you hit next or accept.So much of my day is spent running adwcleaner/roguekiller/hitmanpro/malware bytes/jrt


It is true that there is a lot of software out there that is full of all sorts of rubbish but you have made it sound as if there is only bad free software which simply isn't true. There is a great deal of good open source software, reduced feature software and a few versions old software which is all free and will not harm your pc in anyway.

upperdecker1

How strange that you chose sex as something you may or may not be able to … How strange that you chose sex as something you may or may not be able to get for free in relation to the other two..


I could have said lemons or perhaps cats but I am not sure you would have found those choices any less strange.:p

slackrat77

Main problem these days is ID theft , people falling for scam … Main problem these days is ID theft , people falling for scam emails/phone calls and being utterly click happy when installing free software, riddling their computer with adware and PUPs.About 90% of my repairs are now removing browser hijackers, toolbars, and PC speed boosters cos few realize that free software isn't free, if you're not paying, someone else is by having their crap software tagged onto it.Use whatever virus protection you want but READ EACH SECTION of every software installer you click on before you hit next or accept.So much of my day is spent running adwcleaner/roguekiller/hitmanpro/malware bytes/jrt



Install this

skykid3

Install this


thanks, normally when one of my customers picks up their computer i go thru what was removed and normally i leave a folder on the desktop with all the scan logs and a pdf about what PUPs are and how to avoid them, i'll stck this link in the pdf now.
it certainly keeps me in work.
and yes there are lots of good free sw out there but if you get it from the advertised links like cnet and not direct it'll still be full of lots of 'sponsored' add ons.

Now £21.99
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