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Some ppl find that their computers slow down when it is starting after they install NAV because there are too many "useless" apps running at startup by NAV. (especially with computers that have low RAM) There are even more apps at startup if Norton systemwork is installed. Even though users can turn off the programs that they dont need at startup, dont you guys find that it's the disadvantage of the application?
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I would not call then "useless" if you disable them Noton will not give protection. Yes they do take up a lot of Ram but I think that it is worth it. If you have low Ram you can upgrade it is a cheap as chips.

Edited by Michael Buckley, 30 July 2005 - 05:10 AM.

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