Ever feel insecure (when it comes to the safety of your devices that is)? This week's prize, a software suite from Symantec, brings Norton's protective powers to a bunch of gadgets at once.
For home and student use, we think Norton 360 represents the best value for ease of use, tools offered, and overall system performance. We recommend it over McAfee Total Protection and Microsoft Windows Live OneCare.
A near-perfect all-in-one solution for brand new PCs, Norton 360 v2 may be hard to install and run on legacy machines. However, don't count on Symantec's time-consuming and expensive technical support for help.
That's after a mail-in rebate, of course, but it's still an unbeatable deal on a top-rated security suite. Plus: a totally free PC game.
Well, free after rebate. But don't let that stop you from grabbing this top-rated security and system-optimization utility.
Symantec has launched the latest version of its Norton 360 security suite with the expected promises of faster performance and system optimisation tools, but the new feature that stands out most, Norton Safe Web, does so by harnessing the community powers of the internet.
Norton 360 is mercifully light on system resources; it's intuitive, covers most of the bases that a comprehensive security-and-performance tool should, and includes free online storage.
Last year Jamie Whincup not only won the Bathurst 1000, but he was also crowned V8 Supercar champion for the first time. We sat down with him after yesterday's launch of the Norton 360 v3 and Symantec's announcement of its sponsorship deal for the Sandown V8 Supercar race.
While it remains to be seen whether or not customers will embrace the higher than average cost for extra features, for users after a total security package, Norton 360 certainly offers something new in a market full of old dogs.
New flagship consumer product is the company's latest salvo in the fight for consumer security dollars. Read the review of Norton 360