Norton Internet Security 2008 - The Right Tool For New Users
by Erik Eckel | January 18, 2008, 1:32pm PST | Image 1 of 23
Norton Internet Security 2008
Norton Internet Security 2008 features Norton AntiVirus, Norton Personal Firewall, Norton Antispyware, Norton Antiphishing and Norton Identity Safe.
Before discarding (based on prior experiences, personal discrimination or personal distaste for Symantec products) any new Norton application as troublesome or unworthy, note the new edition boasts improved performance and earned PC Magazine's Editors' Choice award in September 2007.
Read a concise summary of Norton Internet Security 2008's strengths and weaknesses.
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Giving us a "review" of a product that appears to be based on Norton promotional handouts together with a bunch of lame screenshots is sloppy at best & downright irresponsible at worst.
NIS has got to be THE WORST product (Windows Vista aside) I've had the misfortune of dealing with over the last few years. It's bloated, temperamental & will instantly put the brakes on any PC's performance. Trying to resolve problems with it via their "online tools" is a joke & invariably leads to a Windows re-install.
I took it off my PC's a long time ago & switched to a combination of Windows Firewall, Avast and Adaware with no problems at all & no infections whatsoever.
Please Cara, do your research properly in future & give us a balanced, objective product review.
RE: Norton Internet Security 2008 (Norton Internet Security 2008 - The Righ
Does this software run with WindowsXp64 Bit Edition ?
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