So, that being said, would it be a good idea to move to Eset, should I resubscribe to Systemsuite, or do something else?
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Edited by karbo, 31 January 2009 - 03:02 PM.
Edited by karbo, 31 January 2009 - 03:00 PM.
Thanks Karbo. As Karbo mentioned No Norton is not number one. I only recommend it If you have certain needs like my connection to an Xbox 360. And Iím sure Karbo and any other member or staff of G2G will agree with me on this, that no matter what you choose to go with you need to stick with only ONE. The choice to install multiple Antivirus programs is completely up to you, but not recommended. If you have multiple Anti virus Programs running at the same time it can cause a great deal of weak points in your system. It can actually create gaps in the scanning of your computer and even in the long run cause more vulnerability.
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