Norton 360 beta registrants.. get your email yet?

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Crappopotamus, Mar 8, 2007.

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  1. Crappopotamus

    Crappopotamus Registered Member

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    remember when you signed up to get the beta of 360 they promised a $30 off discount when released.. Not seen hide nor hair of that email, anyone?
     
  2. C.S.J

    C.S.J Massive Poster

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    yep, i had the email last week, think i deleted it though as i aint interested.

    good product, but i have the doctor :)
     
  3. rayoflight

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    Yes,I got such e-mail at 27 Feb 2007.They offer a $30 off discount ($49.99)
     
  4. ink

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    I got 3 pcs 1 year free NFR version
     
  5. Crappopotamus

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    wonder where mine went then.. gonna have to call symantec perhaps. Be nice to at least have the option, eh?
     
  6. mata7

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    i got mine 2
     
  7. The One

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    I reveived mine two weeks ago. Sounds like a good offer. The only problem is that I found it a bit too much. Anti virus is good but there are too much things ion the program that make ik slow on my pc
     
  8. bigc73542

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    same here week and a half ago.
     
  9. Crappopotamus

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    damn I wonder where mind ended up.
     
  10. ronjor

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    If using Web mail, I would check the spam filters. Or, perhaps your ISP has spam filtering.
     
  11. midway40

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    I swear the day I was on Norton's site looking for the NIS trailware download I saw a small box on the right of one of the pages announcing something like "Norton 360 for $59.99". I remember thinking at the time that it was $10 cheaper than NIS. I have looked all thru the site just a while ago and now I see it at 69.99. Maybe I was seeing things lol.

    If I decide to buy Norton it will be the NIS, because as I stated before, I don't really need all those features and plus the fact it doesn't have right click scan. I just dumped TMIS because of this "product limitation" as they referred to it.
     
  12. C.S.J

    C.S.J Massive Poster

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    i too, prefer NIS over 360.

    the backup i just dont need, and 360 as no right click scanning.

    i prefer NIS's layout and NIS has a bit more settings for sure.
     
  13. Crappopotamus

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    I know they filter spam (mediacom) and I use the webmail but have no extra folders setup. I don't even have a spam folder on the webmail.

    Oh well, time to troll ebay for a cheap copy of 3-user NIS or something anyway.
     
  14. The One

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    I would go for NIS 2007 over Norton 360 anytime.
    360 too heavy. It also misses some really easy scan option like the right click scan for example.

    But everybody their own opinion.


    The One
     
  15. Edwin024

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    Norton360 heavy? I don't think so....
     

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  16. C.S.J

    C.S.J Massive Poster

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    360 or the suite are not heavy, but the suite is better in my opinion, options and simple features like right click scanning are there, plus i believe the layout of the suite is much better, plus i never see the point of this backup feature.

    NIS 2007 all the way, over 360.
     
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