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Zone Alarm Security Suite VS. Norton Internet Security


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fastdudez28

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Zone Alarm Security Suite or Norton Internet Security what one do you think is better for windows xp
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Remove Norton ASAP. It takes over and slows down your computer.
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Agreed. ZoneAlarm is miles better. Norton is too intrusive, nowhere near as easy to configure (in fact some settings you simply can't change) and it does indeed slow down your PC both at startup and during use. I prefer to use an integrated "all in one" antivirus and firewall solution and since I got the ZoneAlarm Suite I've been very happy with it.

Edited by pip22, 24 December 2006 - 11:15 AM.

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Haven't used the zone alarm suite, but I can testify that Norton really sucks.

I'm sure its a potent firewall and antivirus, but firewalls and antivirus software simply should not suck up the system resources and have the overhead that Norton products have.
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Another vote for Zone Alarm Internet Suite. I had nothing but trouble with Norton. ZA allows my system to idle 10 processes lighter than Norton.
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