Norton 360

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  • 3.0 stars

    "Is Symantec Losing the Plot?"

    October 17, 2012  |   By Frogg11


    Reliable protection.
    Minimal impact on boot time.


    N360 user interface White on Yellow is all but unreadable for older people.
    Ridiculous Facebook button on toolbar.
    Many user interface screens are not resizable (unforgivable in this era).
    Still no native 64-bit version.
    Symantec doesn't listen to customers. Making suggestions on Norton forums is a complete a waste of time.


    Norton is no longer a premium product.
    There are better paid options like ESET, BitDefender and Kaspersky.
    However some of the free options are almost as good. I will probably install Comodo 64-bit.

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