15th December 2008, 14:21 #1
Symantec software 90-days trial.
You can download both 90-day trial packs on this site below.
>> NORTON SYMANTEC SOFTWARE <<
Norton 360™ Version 2.0- Comprehensive, automated protection
Norton Antivirus™ 2009 - protection against viruses, spyware, and other malicious software
Last edited by leofelix; 24th November 2009 at 11:38.
Reason: Expired - NAV 2009 was replaced by NAV 2010
15th December 2008, 14:47 #2
I knew this offer,but who use Norton these days?
15th December 2008, 14:55 #3
Thanks for sharing.. But I really don't trust Norton. They do nothing but eat system resources.
15th December 2008, 15:28 #4
You are very wrong. The new 2009 edition of symantec products are standing on the same quality,
Originally Posted by ravi_9793
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
Last edited by passive; 15th December 2008 at 15:30.
15th December 2008, 16:18 #5
my sources say norton is a bit unstable security wise and resource wise..its trend for me, but thx for info though
15th December 2008, 20:30 #6
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.
16th December 2008, 17:58 #7
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.
17th December 2008, 14:02 #8
17th December 2008, 14:25 #9
I have heard Norton 2009 is different and better.
17th December 2008, 18:08 #10