Archive for January, 2010
Internet security can be a hassle; don’t be reluctant to try Norton internet security 2010. Try it and you’ll be amazed at the time you’ve saved yourself and your company. Get ahead of the competition and let Norton worry about security.
Norton internet security 2010 offers fast, easy and reliable security that you can’t find anywhere else. The whole software bundle would usually run at about $59.99 USD, or $69.99 USD at the Symantec website. The website Fry’s offers Norton internet security 2010 rebates, two PDF files that total $50. The good news is that you can only pay $9.99 USD in the end.
Not a bad price to spend on one of the top security suites rated by CNET, PC Magazine and other reliable sources. In the end, the reward is worth the mail in rebate hassle. Getting more than 80% off is quite a hefty save. The fact that you are reading this article means you are serious about buying this product, if you are going to spend $50. You might as well try and save as much money as you can.
We all know Norton is one of the leading names when it comes to computer viruses, malware and other threats. Their software can stop even the toughest of malware, spyware, worms, bots and more. They have been preventing identity theft as well with their trademark technology, leaving the user with a piece of mind. So Norton is practically flawless correct? Wrong, Norton products can be quite pricey.
How can something be so perfect?
Perfection is merely subjective; the company could become perfect if a free Norton antivirus download was available to anyone with an internet connection. Unfortunately that wouldn’t be “perfect” for the company as it would not produce any income. So in the end you, the buyer, have an imperfect product.
Although these products aren’t free, they are an investment. The time and money they can save you for tune up fees, buying a new computer or even identity theft is worth the penny. Some of these products can be taken for granted, when they do their job and keep you protected you are thinking to yourself: nothing is wrong with my pc, why did I bother spending money on this software? However, if you don’t have the software installed and your computer is being attacked by malware and viruses you are thinking to yourself: I wish I had spent money on antivirus software.
In a perfect world man can get a free Norton antivirus download with a click of a button. The only free thing Norton offers is a trial version of their software and an occasional online free scan. The only thing the free Norton antivirus scan will do is notify you of your problems; it won’t cure them. Until that perfect world comes, spend a few bucks on a quality antivirus software…you’ll be glad you did.