Norton 360v4

Discussion in 'other anti-malware software' started by dan323, Feb 8, 2011.

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  1. dan323

    dan323 Registered Member

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    Wow Norton is awesome. I had NIS 2011,and then I tried the beta 360v5. I really liked it. I had 149 days left on my subscription for NIS 2011 and talked to there support people. I was able to upgrade to 360 v4 and they added on my 149 days left from NIS. I now have over 500 days on my Norton product. I did trial a couple other security suites but they just didn't hold up to the test.. I would defiantly recommend Norton. Easy to install,low on resources,it's just good. Years ago I would not have recommended Norton,but times have changed and Norton has improved.

    Norton 360
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    Mbam
    SAS
    keyscrambler
    Window 7 32 bit
    2.0 ghz
    4 gig ram
     
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  3. Noob

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    Norton 360 adds features like backup, imaging right? :)

    So in a security sense, NIS is the best option if it's only for setup and 360 for a true all in one suite? :D
     
  4. farmerlee

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    It doesn't do system imaging like acronis trueimage but it does let you backup specific folders/files locally or online. It also includes a few tuneup options like disk defragger, system/registry cleaning, diagnostics and also has a password manager. Its definitely the best all-in-one suite i've used.
     
  5. Noob

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    Ohh, i though it had imaging software included (Nortong Ghost) :)
     
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