Norton Internet Security 2011

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  1. EternalFunction

    EternalFunction Registered Member

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    Anyone tried the new norton internet security 2011? Currently I'm on trial version, but so far it's been quite light on the system and scan rate is quite fast as well.
    Tho on this version they seems have 2 different definitions, one is the "Smart Definitions", while the one just "Complete set definitions"..

    So far I don't encounter any problems with it, and I might say it's quite lighter than KIS 2011..
    Anyone else have their own comments on this product?
     
  2. SweX

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    Keep the discussion to NIS 2011 and let KIS 2011 out of it.

    Since A vs B vs C etc... is not allowed incase you didn't know.
     
  3. EternalFunction

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    Oh, sure, that's why I was asking about comments on this product tho :) ..any other issues or something about it.
     
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    He's just saying that he switched from KIS to NIS and found NIS to be lighter. Such observations are posted quite a lot in a products topic and don't lead to A vs B fights. AFAIK they are allowed and should stay allowed IMO.
     
  5. SweX

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    No problem, though my comment sounded a bit harsh so I understand your reaction ;)
     
  6. SweX

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    Well I belive both you and I know where those (observations) tend to go.
    So therefore I told him about the A vs B rule before it was to late.

    But I won't tell anyone about it in the future, i'll better let the Mods do there job I guess.

    Now let's stop here 6 comments and not one is about NIS 2011....
     
  7. EternalFunction

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    Anyway, I found it funny they still boasts on "less than 1 minute" during installations, but from what I experienced, it took like 4 minutes for actual installation to finish, not sure if it's just me.
     
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