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Norton sucks - Get over it!

I can't believe normal people fall prey for all the nice packaging and advertisements those idiots at Symantec make for Norton Antivirus. They tell a white lie as though it's the ultimate truth, and people believe it just because it's advertised like "We have the BEST anti-virus on earth." while their product actually sucks to the maximum and is in fact the worst you can ever buy.

1) Norton Antivirus is commonly known to slow down computers with their ridiculously designed slow code-base. If you buy a pretty modern normal computer, and try installing Norton on it, you'll notice that the computer slows down to being like a snail as soon as u get Norton installed.

2) Norton heavily interferes with the proper functioning of not one, not two, but many popular programs, causing headaches to normal computer users who are not tech-savvy enough to understand what's really happening. This causes them to either blame the problem on the software, or the computer, or Norton, or waste their money calling the bloody expensive Tech Support lines of Norton.

Guys, I know many of you have been conditioned by the smart brains of the advertising team of Symantec that Norton is the king of all anti-virus, but you do know that kings are only good in eating loads of food and watching girls dance. Kick the gluttonous king on his butt and get a real soldier, a real knight who fights the real war against viruses and trojans. And I assure you, food (your money) and girls (speed of your computer) will not be scarce anymore ;) Get AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition for home use: Click here!

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  1. Sorry, Dude, but I have to disagree with you here (on the AVG part; the Norton part your spot on about). AVG is just as bad as Norton. In fact, for me, it was much worse . . . it crashed my system with every boot until I removed it. NOD32 is the way to go.

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  2. Great article. I couldn't agree more. The guy above me ... probably got 3 different anti-virus products installed.

    Norton sucks ***!! It [AVG] found a ton of viruses, spyware, adware, malware, etc when Norton said no infections found!

    I can't believe those idiots over at Symantec and how useless all of their products are!

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  3. thanks for the comments. sorry i had to edit and repost ur comments to remove undesirable content. thanks for understanding.

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