Reviews and Problems with Symantec Norton 360 Version 7.0 / 2013
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Solid Internet Protection!
Michael A., Newegg
25 November 2013
Pros: I have been using Norton products by Symantec since the dark ages of computing (IBM and MS Dos) days. My niece calls it the Triassic age of computing :-). She was born in the Pentium era. Moreover, Norton 360 is a solid all around protection for PC and I have never been disappointed. ) Installati...
Summary: - Backup storage included. - I have used this software for years. - Very happy with previous Symantec rebates. They arrived very quickly.
Pros: - Solid all around Software. - This is basically a subscription service. You get one year of protection from the date you install this software. - No installation if required if you currently own an existing subscription. All you need to do is plug in a new serial number and you will get another ...
Cons: - If you currently have a valid Norton 360 software you should wait until your old subscription expires. When you activate a new subscription you will receive a full year of service from the day you activated the subscription not from the day your old subscription expired. - If your subscription ...
Pros: The system scans are very reliable and can detect a lot of small things that the human eye may overlook.
Cons: Although the scans are designed well, scanning files for any sort of wonky files is sub-par. I have already had to manually delete a few spyware programs because the Antivirus failed to detect any stray programs.
Summary: Will definitely recommended to anyone who wants peace of mind while using computer on a daily basis.
Pros: Since there are so many Pros that I could list but I'll make it short and sweet. 1.) Installation and Configuration interface is super easy for any user, from beginner to an expert. 2.)I update my Antivirus almost 2-5 times a day. Whenever I feel like it, just right click the icon in bottom right...
Summary: I Picked up my copy for 20$, It was a shell shocker. Last year I picked up Internet Security 2012 for 55$ with a 55$ rebate, so it was free. If you wait for the rite time you can get Norton at a discount price.
Pros: Just like internet security 2013 with a few extra features. Registry cleanup, and file cleanup.
Cons: I find the backup kinda useless, I can't figure out what to backup for everything is to large, plus I backup my stuff to Blu-ray.
Pros: Works well enough. It's alot better now than it was years ago.
Cons: The renewal policy is amateurish and lazy. The software begins prompting you to renew a month before expiration. However, when you go to type in your renewal code, it warns you it will reset your renewal date to that day. You lose any remaining time you had on the previous subscription. If you pa...