Norton 360

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    "Norton 360 has finally dropped the ball"

    January 15, 2012  |   By tihaitien


    Before November of 2011 I had no issues or concerns


    Erased my computer.


    I've used Norton for more than 10 years and had no problems until this last update I bought on disk November of 2011. A very long and agonizing story short, it erased my laptop. I'm talking about the disc drive, all the USB ports, every file and program, and including the windows operating system license. I went through hell and back trying to restore my computer. I had to reinstall a lot of programs but I still have some that do not work properly like Excel and ITunes. I will not be using Norton anymore. I could not get my money back from the store because I opened the package. I am now using AVG and its working so far.

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