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My best advice to you is get rid of Norton. I is a resource hog and causes more problems than it solves. I use Zone Alarm, Avast, Ad Aware, Spybot, Spywareblaster and Advanced Windows Care 2 personal. These are all free and they work as well as Norton.[/quote]
The most popular an-ti virus and spyware utilities, such as Norton,
Mcavee, and spyroot are not always the best. I've tried them all and I found that they cause more problems than their worth. A month ago I bought a Spyroot CD and installed it. Spyroot slowed my computer down
1/3. I had to uninstall it. My computer is fast , with 1 gig. of ram and I have DSL. I use Firefox too and I have had no trouble.
As mrvmax said , the free ones are just as good as those you pay for.
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As if we didn't have didn't have enough controversy going on with the Glock/1911 debate. Now you've opened up a whole new can of wormsKBCraig wrote:Norton, McAfee, Zone Alarm, Spybot...
Foreign words to me. MacOS X is all I need to know.
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