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Old 06-15-09, 07:46 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Norton AV 2009 Gaming edition...?


I'm in the market for AV and saw this advertisment on wowui and thought hmm well i'll take a look. I've been living without updated Norton AV(2002 edition) for quite sometime and have yet to "catch" a virus. I've even used Kasperky's online scanner to make sure.


Anyway I was wondering if anyone has tried the Norton Gaming edi to see if it is what it says it is.

http://www.symantec.com/norton/antiv...come/index.jsp

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its a prety good peace of software, it turns it self off when u game so if your a gamer it helps. It gets the same definitions as all the other norton software so u should be good with 2002 stuff as long as u update it.

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its a prety good peace of software, it turns it self off when u game so if your a gamer it helps. It gets the same definitions as all the other norton software so u should be good with 2002 stuff as long as u update it.
while this is a nice option, i still think norton is trash in its own, how is it with everything else? the consumer stuff is extremely taxing on the computer

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