Updating norton anti virus
It is not uncommon for a computer manufacturer to partner or enter into an agreement with a well known anti-virus vendor (Norton, Mc Afee, etc) to include their product as part of a marketing strategy for generating revenue.
Computer advertisements that say they include anti-virus protection is a selling point for many buyers.
Pre-packaged trial security software allows the user to receive the benefit of a fully working version for a limited time in order to experience all features and functionality.
When the trial period expires, the user will have to either remove the software or purchase the full version in order to keep using the product.
I view the company as peddling like crazy trying to keep their heads above water and would never recommend any of their security products.
Regards, Andrew Many OEM manufacturers provide trial versions of anti-virus programs preinstalled on computers as part of their software package.
Most anti-virus vendors provide clean-up utilities or removal tools on their web sites to remove remnants left behind after uninstalling, or for a failed uninstall or failed reinstall.
Remnants include related registry entries, files and folders created in various areas of the OS.
In particular, Microsofts traditional antivirus Windows Defender is included by default and for free with Windows 8 and 10, and is a useful additional layer alongside Malwarebytes 3.x.
Computer advertisements that say they include anti-virus protection is a selling point for many buyers. I have a Windows 10 VM here that is running with both Windows Defender and Malwarebytes Premium, both fully enabled in real-time mode protection with zero issues.
I also have set up the same configuration on several of my client's Windows 10 machines with identical results.
I don't know which one is better, in terms of effectiveness removing infections, performance, and price.
I want to use a product that can be installed on multiple PCs.
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I explain why in this Reboot when done and delete the Program folder if it still exists in Windows Explorer.