I mean I guess Norton isn't that bad BUT it could be better.
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Don't forget the step where you find and collect every cd in your house that has anything to do with Norton and putting them all in the microwave on high for 2 hours. Sure the microwave will be toast afterwards as well, but at least you are completely free of Norton products in the home!
The most efficient and effective way to get rid of a Norton install is to set the Bios to boot from CD and use the XP disk for a clean install. No matter what you decide to do, make sure all important data is safely backed up before you do anything at all.
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