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    Default Symantec software 90-days trial.

    You can download both 90-day trial packs on this site below.

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    Norton 360™ Version 2.0- Comprehensive, automated protection

    Norton Antivirus™ 2009 - protection against viruses, spyware, and other malicious software
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    I knew this offer,but who use Norton these days?

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    Thanks for sharing.. But I really don't trust Norton. They do nothing but eat system resources.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravi_9793 View Post
    Thanks for sharing.. But I really don't trust Norton. They do nothing but eat system resources.
    You are very wrong. The new 2009 edition of symantec products are standing on the same quality,
    less resources usage like others. Maybe he isn't the top notch - but he is not a far away from that.
    Just check the av-comparatives site and read the latest articles :

    AV - Performance Test October 2008
    AV - Summary Report December 2008
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    my sources say norton is a bit unstable security wise and resource wise..its trend for me, but thx for info though

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    I use Norton 2009 and it is very light on the resources and it is doing a real good job for me. Scans my entire system in only 5 minutes (This is on my laptop 160GB) has not let any viruses or malware through. I had stopped using Norton for years as it had become a resource hog but I gave this version a try and I am very pleased with it so far.

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    I can only second mikey. I now use Norton IS 2009. It is really very good and very light. You ought to try it. I also have Kaspersky on other machines - that is good too. The Norton I need for the machines where I also have Norton Ghost. That did not get along with Kaspersky. In the past I was not very happy with Norton IS, but the 2009 edition is really different. They got their act together. And it shows - in the professional comparison tests they now figure number 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by passive View Post
    You are very wrong. The new 2009 edition of symantec products are standing on the same quality,
    less resources usage like others. Maybe he isn't the top notch - but he is not a far away from that.
    Just check the av-comparatives site and read the latest articles :

    AV - Performance Test October 2008
    AV - Summary Report December 2008
    But my Norton experience is very bad. I got Norton 3 months version with my Intel motherboard CD, and I was never happy with their performance. May be Norton 2009 is completely different from its earlier versions.

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    I have heard Norton 2009 is different and better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ravi_9793 View Post
    But my Norton experience is very bad. I got Norton 3 months version with my Intel motherboard CD, and I was never happy with their performance. May be Norton 2009 is completely different from its earlier versions.
    If you are running the 2008 version, yes there is a big difference. Try the 2009 version, you won't be disappointed!

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