norton 2009 is the best so far. nod32 is 2nd in my opinion.
im using norton 2009 now.
well i never used bd for a long time. so no comment.
norton 2009 is the best so far
yes but, when buying antivirus or security software you should still consider your requirements as a user.
the same thing happened to me., but after several updates. it's now fixed i think. i experience after that 195 update i cant use internet explorer...
pc tools antivirus 5.0 has some bugs. it needs to fix first.
it works fine here.
yes avg 8.0 and tf 3.5 have issue even before. so i suggest use avg 8.0 + norton antibot
great for norton. i love norton products
is it effective?>
looks like nod32 is loosing its hold on the top antivirus software. but in vb100 test nod32 always gets an award. i wonder....
does this include their new "in the cloud" technology?
does it has VB100 or other awards?
norton internet security 2009 alone is enough for your protection. after my subscription with avg 8.0 i will buy norton anti virus 2009.
you want a light firewall? well use windows firewall. effective and very light.
i hate that teatimer, its very annoying. spybot is the best before, but now it lost its shining star. SAS and MBAM is the winner.
use norton antibot instead. it really works.
with avg 8.0 paid edition, u can automatically set the intervals in 15minutes if u want. but avg does updates only its definition i think 3 times...
maybe nod 2.7. but my god., these days computer has lots of ram. i think the least i can see is 512mb
YOU SHOULD HAVE A BEHAVIOR BASED ANTIVIRUS SUCH AS THREATFIRE OR NORTON ANTIBOT. IT WILL WORK WELL WITH NOD32. I TRIED BEFORE TF + NOD32. AT HOME...
SAS FREEWARE SHOULD BE ENOUGH, BECAUSE WITH NIS 2009 ALL IS INCLUDED. U WILL JUST NEED SAS FREE FOR ADD'L ON DEMAND SCAN. OR YOU CAN HAVE MBAM FREE.
IT'S RUNNING FINE HERE IN MY OFFICE COMPUTER
I LIKE NORTON A LOT
IN THE CLOUD IS FROM TREND MICRO
it was windows 98, way back year 1999. when i was 15 years old. here in the philippines the technology is very much behind those years. but now we...
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