Norton Internet Security for 3 PC's - only £10.00 @ Tesco instore
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Norton Internet Security for 3 PC's - only £10.00 @ Tesco instore

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Found 11th Jan 2015
Found this in the clearance section at Tesco Baldock. Not sure if it's national or how many are available. Great deal as best price I found elsewhere was £29.99. Protects up to 3 PC's (including netbooks/ultrabooks) for 1 year

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HEAT

Fab if you want your system to run 25 percent slower

luckylad57

Fab if you want your system to run 25 percent slower


Fab if you like stereotyping software!

luckylad57

Fab if you want your system to run 25 percent slower


theres always 1 clueless idiot, go educate yourself and come back when you know what your talking about

If you paid me £10 to use this, I would decline.

I've been happy using Comodo Internet Security since it's free

stop the sniping. its a good price if you want to use norton

I've been using Norton since around 2008 when the product changed to what it is now - no problems since the change.

welsh_andy

theres always 1 clueless idiot, go educate yourself and come back when … theres always 1 clueless idiot, go educate yourself and come back when you know what your talking about



Instead of calling someone an idiot you could always explain why you think they're wrong.

you are voting on the deal guys.

Good deal if you want Norton or want to renew at a cheap price - I do pity its instore !

Cold from me. Only from nortons reputation for being impossible to remove after you have used it.
Ive had a few laptops that came with norton free limited period software and never being able to actually fully uninstall when you go down the free virus checker route

I have never heard of Comodo Internet Security but have just looked online could you please tell me which to download if you can as there is more than 1. Thank you

Free anti-virus software is obviously going to be better/safer than a commercial product and Norton is the only AV that will slow your system down. Honestly, some people. Already given heat.

rarrar

Good deal if you want Norton or want to renew at a cheap price - I do … Good deal if you want Norton or want to renew at a cheap price - I do pity its instore !



Renewal is £19.99 for 3 pcs direct from Norton lately. Cheapest I found last year was about £17 from Costco.

Let's be fair about this...
This is technically a deal, is a reduced price and cheaper than normal.

The discussion about its system resource footprint vs effectiveness is one for another forum such as overclock. net.

All I will say is read up and take advice before using any Symantec software and really available free alternatives that outshine in every way hands down, no questions asked.

kaspersky ftw

kidd0

I have never heard of Comodo Internet Security but have just looked … I have never heard of Comodo Internet Security but have just looked online could you please tell me which to download if you can as there is more than 1. Thank you



If anyone is interested in having a look
http://filehippo.com/download_comodo/

Just don't install their GeekBuddy


You might want to configure the popup alerts and make sure the firewall is turned on


Edited by: "BulletRizz" 11th Jan 2015

as said earlier lot of free are better then symantec ones.

heck i remember when an update from symantec rendered work computers useless with bsod lol

OK....I would never install Norton on any IT equipment I have.....BUT


Norton has it's fans, this is a cheap option for those who do......so by the basis of this site ....deal - cheaper than another route for the same product elsewhere = HOT

The idea isn't to compare one product with another, it's to find the cheapest option possible for that product

eset nod32, enough said.

jez794

eset nod32, enough said.



£44.99 for 3 computers for a year

Banned

welsh_andy

theres always 1 clueless idiot, go educate yourself and come back when … theres always 1 clueless idiot, go educate yourself and come back when you know what your talking about



The fact that you support the actual installation of this bloatware rubbish shows you to be the uneducated one.

AVG or Avast are free and do exactly the same without the performance reduction and sluggishness.

Waste of money. Get a clue.

Sure it's a good price for it but I think it's worth discussing the product in the comments section so everyone can make (reasonably) informed purchases

LetoKynes

Sure it's a good price for it but I think it's worth discussing the … Sure it's a good price for it but I think it's worth discussing the product in the comments section so everyone can make (reasonably) informed purchases



I don't think people do make reasoned & informed comments though ! The only people who can do that are IT experts.....most of us simply comment on what we think, not what we know

For a genuine unbiased view

http://uk.pcmag.com/security-reviews/

Norton scores highly

corred1964

I don't think people do make reasoned & informed comments though ! The … I don't think people do make reasoned & informed comments though ! The only people who can do that are IT experts.....most of us simply comment on what we think, not what we knowFor a genuine unbiased viewhttp://uk.pcmag.com/security-reviews/Norton scores highly



That's a good point, I think Norton has just developed such a bad rep from a point where it definitely was unnecessarily slowing down computers. Looks like it's better now though

Nice price but their software is way too heavy.

Yawn. All those people who say the same old thing about Internet security "Norton slows my computer down" !!
If you are trying to run Windows 7 or 8 on 1GB of RAM on a 5 year old system then most things will slow it down.

At £10 Its a good deal, Here have some heat :-)

Every Internet security product has its Good and bad area's of protection. Yes there are some good FREE ones but for a PAID product it offers a good level of protection (Better than none at all).

Even when using this or any other product it is advisable to use something to bolster the weaker areas.

With Norton IS i would also recommend something like Malwarebytes to run along side it. Also something like the free Adblock Plus to keep the amount of Popups down.

And don't forget to keep your smart phones protected from Viral/Malware too.

Everyone has an Favourite Internet Security Product and the REAL answer is the BEST one FOR YOU as everyone uses the internet for different things.

Vote on the DEAL Price vs NORMAL SELLING PRICE ie (£25) so at £10 yes it's a GOOD DEAL.

Hot for those who don't mind installing NIS on their PC because pound for pound this is certainly excellently priced for NIS.

I would not install Norton crapware on my most hated enemies PC though. So it has to be cold for me I'm afraid.


Edited by: "Daz555" 12th Jan 2015

To consider only the price of something without considering its quality would be irrational.

Those that make comments such as “it’s rubbish”, “it’s great” or “Google is your friend” don’t really help. Anecdotal evidence is fine if it includes lots of detail. Links to web pages are useful if the information there is both detailed and unbiased.

xigent

To consider only the price of something without considering its quality … To consider only the price of something without considering its quality would be irrational. Those that make comments such as “it’s rubbish”, “it’s great” or “Google is your friend” don’t really help. Anecdotal evidence is fine if it includes lots of detail. Links to web pages are useful if the information there is both detailed and unbiased.



People need to make their own minds up, I don't like Mcafee or Norton, but that's from experience not online reviews and I'd rather people had an iffy paid for product than nothing and sadly many people trust paid for applications more than free alternatives. The bottom line with Norton/Mcafee is that if, like my parents you really don't give two hoots about the performance of your PC it probably isn't bad to have it. Having said that I still removed it from my dads laptop as it was barely usable.

I am running Norton AV on my laptop and you wouldn't know it was there. There are 6 month free trials available though if you look around.

All I can say is it's rubbish, it's great and Google is your friend

£49 at Manchester Gorton Store.
Edited by: "Mark5211" 12th Jan 2015

LetoKynes

That's a good point, I think Norton has just developed such a bad rep … That's a good point, I think Norton has just developed such a bad rep from a point where it definitely was unnecessarily slowing down computers. Looks like it's better now though



This 'slows my system down' reputation harks all the way back to Windows 95 when Norton Desktop and Norton Utilities really did slow down your 486 or swanky 0.233GHz Pentium MMX PC. It continued this way for over a decade as new features were added and it transformed into an anti-virus tool. NIS was still a bit of a hog until a few years ago, but in recent years you'd hardly know it was there resource-wise. I think it had a total re-write some time around 2008/9 when that year's version was a complete ****. It doesn't help when these 'suites' install toolbars all over the place by default, but the browser intrusion is very useful indeed if you have young kids.

welsh_andy

theres always 1 clueless idiot, go educate yourself and come back when … theres always 1 clueless idiot, go educate yourself and come back when you know what your talking about



Norton's crap period it's detection rate is poor and it hampers speed and performance FACT especially on older low performance machines.Try uninstalling it without a special removal tool it's garbage. If price is an issue then this is a deal as for being clueless and an idiot opinions vary but my systems run well without this guff at any price.

All antivirus/network security is snake oil. Common sense and updating apps is more likely to keep a windows PC just as effective.

89quidyoucantgowrong

Renewal is £19.99 for 3 pcs direct from Norton lately. Cheapest I found … Renewal is £19.99 for 3 pcs direct from Norton lately. Cheapest I found last year was about £17 from Costco.


NIS is no longer available from Norton - they are only offering their new super version which covers Mobiles as well and I think 5 devices for £49.

AndyBorland

All antivirus/network security is snake oil. Common sense and updating … All antivirus/network security is snake oil. Common sense and updating apps is more likely to keep a windows PC just as effective.



I once read a story that some guy locked his router in a cupboard to keep his network secure from hackers

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AndyBorland

All antivirus/network security is snake oil. Common sense and updating … All antivirus/network security is snake oil. Common sense and updating apps is more likely to keep a windows PC just as effective.



Yep, adblockplus on chrome is good enough if you know what your doing. If I ever spot anything suspicious I use malwarebytes to clean.
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