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Norton subscription is expiring, and I want to try something new....


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lbeham

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Any recommendations to replace Norton? It is expensive and it also boggs down my computer. I don't have much in my computer. We only use it to play poker. No important files or anything. I also have Malware and Superantispyware that I run.

I know there are some free ones out there, but do they really work? I don't mind paying for one if it is going to keep my computer clean. I just got it all cleaned out thanks to the help on here, and I want to keep it that way. Thanks in advance.
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Rorschach112

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have a read of this

http://www.geekstogo...ng-t225044.html]
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Wow, that's a long, complicated discussion. Is there a shorter version to it? I noticed that there were alot of stuff added on to your original post. A smaller condensed version would be alot easier to follow.
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sure

anti-virus = avira
firewall = sunbelt
anti-spyware = mbam
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Thank you soooo much. I appreciate it.
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