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Old 03-04-2016, 17:28   #1
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I have Norton as my virus / firewall. Its up for renewal and what I got for 20 last year is now the subject of a 54 demand.

Running Windows 10, anyone suggest an alternative to Norton ?

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The Norton anti virus is listed as 24.99, I know they do a 3 year licence package which might be 54
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Kaspersky is highly rated by Which Magazine and gets their 'Best Buy' award

I am currently runing McAfee and when its up for renewal will try Kaspersky. When I have renewed McAfee in the past, they have always sent my renewal through which has nearly been double of what I would pay if I bought it as a 'new customer'

If you are happy with Norton, just Google it and see what you would pay on the web as a 'new customer'

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I'm on BitDefender Total Protection at 25.00 per year.

Of course you could try a month's free trial from each of the Anti-virus producers in turn and get a year's Anti-virus and firewall for free
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I've got Norton for a PC and laptop for under 30. My automatic renewal was more but go online and google it and you can buy it cheaper .
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Thanks guys, that is a good suggestion. I suppose it pays to shop around.

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If you phone up Norton and tell them you can get it much cheaper then they will usually drop their price to match. That avoids all the re-installing, which frequently can go wrong.

Changing to a rival product means you lose all the remembered passwords, which is one of the best parts of Norton.
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If you phone up Norton and tell them you can get it much cheaper then they will usually drop their price to match. That avoids all the re-installing, which frequently can go wrong.

Changing to a rival product means you lose all the remembered passwords, which is one of the best parts of Norton.
Come to think of it, I don't think I phoned them up - I had one of these email conversations via their "contact" icon. Even easier way to get a better deal.
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Well, my computer keeps telling me that I have ( as of now) 2 days left.
Buying Norton on line instead of renewing will cost me 24. So I'll uninstall and buy again.

Thanks for all the advice
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