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ZedU54

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...first, my apologies if this has been asked before...but I'd like a little expert advice:
...I had Norton Internet Security 2008 installed, but the subscription ran out and I don't have 50 bucks to renew it, so I downloaded the Norton Removal Tool and uninstalled it (after making backup copies of the installation files and saving the product keys in case I ever decide to use it again), and replaced it with Avast. But: are there going to be some 'leftovers' from the Norton installation that the removal tool doesn't remove? And if so, could they cause problems? What should I watch for and what would be the best way to get rid of the 'leftovers'?...
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Norton Removal Tool works pretty well.
I wouldn't worry about leftovers.
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...okay...thanx...
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