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JoNNiE - D

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Wich is better

AVG 7.1 pro

Norton Internet Security 2006
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wannabe1

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Avast! and AVG both offer free and Pro editions that will be far better then Norton. Another very good one is NOD32.

Believe me...you don't want Norton. It's glitchy, slow, and extremely resource heavy.

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macten

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Norton and McAfee products are causing all kinds of problems. I've used both free AVG and Avast. Avast wins....hands down. I can't speak for the paid versions though......
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i have to second the NOD32 recomendation....it rocks....
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Hello,

For a professional opinion, visit Applications for Windows for a lost of The Computer Company's reccomended and tested software. On a side note: As a personal opinion, I reccomend AVG Free Edition, it's not bluky, not full of glitches, free, easy to use, and many more benefits.

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mcpscomp

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Norton is pain. too heavy to run and painfull to rid of. Tried AGV work good on most machine but screw up couple. all mine now are running ANTIVIR personal version. caugh more viruses than norton and very easy on machines, can't even tell when it running.
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