5 reasons to consider Norton AntiVirus over competing antivirus software providers.
For many years, Norton AntiVirus by Symantec has been one of the top antivirus software programs available. When compared to its competition, Norton AntiVirus stands out for many reasons.
A user friendly interface is something that most PC users can get on-board with. No matter if you are new to antivirus software or have used something in the past, the layout is simple to understand. Along with this, the interface of Norton AntiVirus 2010 is quite similar to the 2009 version – save a couple of minor tweaks and updates. This makes for a simple transition when you are ready to upgrade.
If virus detection efficiency is what you want, Norton AntiVirus is what you need. An online reputation-based security system helps the software find and eliminate any problems before they affect your PC. Additionally, viruses are killed off without the need for software updates.
On the downside, when the software is scanning your computer, performance may suffer. Some users have also complained that scans can take an unreasonable amount of time.
And of course, when renewal time comes along you will have to deal with Norton’s well known “renew” button. This can be annoying to deal with, as it will bother you every time you turn on your PC.
The benefits of Norton AntiVirus far outweigh any drawbacks. As long as you are aware of both the pros and cons, you can be confident in the decision to use this antivirus software.
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