My views on Symantec's Norton Internet Security 2009, and Norton 360

Until now, Symantec’s Norton Antivirus acquired a reputation for being one of the more bloated packages out there. After a very long time, I decided to go ahead and test Norton Internet Security 2009 (NIS) and Norton 360 on my Lenovo Ideapad S10 Netbook running Windows 7 Ultimate. Symantec’s NIS and Nortorn 360 are all-in-one security applications, […]

Until now, Symantec’s Norton Antivirus acquired a reputation for being one of the more bloated packages out there. After a very long time, I decided to go ahead and test Norton Internet Security 2009 (NIS) and Norton 360 on my Lenovo Ideapad S10 Netbook running Windows 7 Ultimate. Symantec’s NIS and Nortorn 360 are all-in-one security applications, that includes: Firewall, Antivirus, Antispyware, Identity Protection, Browser Protection. In addition, 360 also includes: complete backup and restore of your system, and PC tuneup utilities like: startup manager, registry cleaner, cache delete etc.

Without wasting further time, I must say, ’m fairly impressed with the functions, features and the performance. The system is musch faster, safer with the added protection. So, go ahead and try yourself, download free trials, or if you’ve already tried, buy any of the two from the following links:

Norton Internet Security 2009 | Norton 360 Version 2.0 (for XP/Vista)