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Norton 2007 vs Window Live One Care


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I have both antivirus programs I just wanna know which one has a better protection
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From ConsumerResearch.com about Norton:

Norton continues to be the bestselling antivirus program, and reviews say it's excellent at detecting viruses. However, users complain that Norton AntiVirus can slow your computer to a crawl, and that Norton conflicts with other software. Although reviewers say the 2007 version is improved, we still read many complaints about installation problems and crashes. No credible source ranks Norton AntiVirus as one of the top programs this year.


No one program is effective enough to ever catch all the malware that may be on your PC. Believe it or not, but there are several FREE programs that do a much better job then many of the over priced anti-virus programs: avast, avg, clamwin to mention a few. Running each on a schedule, so as not to have any one running at the same time, is pretty effective. If still in doubt, a visit to this forum's Malware Section will give you great help in finding/removing the more troublesome malware.

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