Well just in time for year end, my complimentary copy of Norton Internet Security 2010 turned up. Time to try the install.
The installation was going fine until it discovered some remains of Trend Micro 2007, which has proven resistant to deletion. I tried everything but couldn’t get rid of it, but then realised you can just skip the warning about a possible conflict.
Next step was the product key. I had a brain meltdown and tried entering the serial number instead. Finally realised my mistake, and got it right.
After that it was all smooth sailing, and all installed in under 10 minutes. I’ve been using Norton for the last two years, and have to say yet to have a a real problem. Norton 360 was a bit difficult, but Internet Security 2009 worked perfectly I found, and 2010 looks to do the same.
I like the fact it doesn’t just keep away the real nasty stuff, but alerts me to even tracking cookies, and allows me to delete them as I go.
What Internet Security packages do readers use and like the most?Tags: DPF, Internet