As the cyberspace continues to advance, cyber-terrorists are getting more clever in ways to target your systems with the very latest viruses and other bugs. Symantec has always provided us with the most powerful virus and spyware protection in order to keep our computers safe from all kind of threats. Even this time the company has planned to roll out something special for their users. Read about it after the break.
Symantec has recently pushed the beta version of Norton AntiVirus 2012 which offers an early look at the next generation of Symantec’s antivirus engine. Despite it being a testing mode, you can easily install the program on your systems, and unlike other anti-viruses it will require no reboot after completion of installation. Norton AntiVirus 2012 has a simpler interface that means you can run your first scan in just a couple of clicks, and it actually gives you a commendable performance, but that’s no surprise for a beta.
The latest upgrade of Norton AntiVirus offers:
Fastest performance ever
Easier to use Control Center and features.
What are the Key Features?
Norton Protection System: includes 4 layers of rock-solid protection designed to proactively protect against the very latest threats – so you can do more on your PC without disruptions.
Insight Technology: protects you from download dangers no matter which browser, instant messenger or file sharing program you use*.
Customizable Control Center: gives you the option to choose your preference between a simplified screen or the traditional detailed view.
Bandwidth Management: limits Norton’s processes and updates when you have limited bandwidth or monthly downloads.
Download Insight 2.0: now tells you how stable a download is before you put your computer at risk for crashes or other bad things to happen.
Norton Recovery Tools: help remove threats that can be deeply buried in a PC’s operating system.
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