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Kudos7

Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Adobe has just released 64-bit Flash Player for Windows, and it works too. This overcomes the last major impediment to using the 64-bit version of IE8 or IE9 beta (also just released). Now we need a Norton Toolbar that will work on 64-bit IE8 and IE9. Regards

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Kudos2

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Yes, now using IE in 64-bit is a real option so we need the Norton Toolbar to work with it.

Kudos2

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Norton, PLEASE update the toolbar for IE 64-bit soon!!!
Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

We hope so (protection without limits)

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Adobe has just released 64-bit Flash Player for Windows, and it works too. This overcomes the last major impediment to using the 64-bit version of IE8 or IE9 beta (also just released). Now we need a Norton Toolbar that will work on 64-bit IE8 and IE9. Regards
Kudos1

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

64 bts is the future .... NIS 2011 should already ready for the future !!!!!!

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

The next version of Firefox will be available in 64-bit too so this topic applies to Firefox x64 too. Please add complete support for 64-bit browsers

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

I'm just waiting for it to start using IE8 64Bit!

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Anything 64 bit should be supported as well as the 32 bit version. This goes for IE, Firefox, Outlook, whatever.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

 I join to the wishes!

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

I second the Outlook part of it

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Please, we need this.

Currently, it is not possible to install the Internet Explorer 9 32bit on Window 7 64bit.

And that will probably also be in the final version of IE 9.

If the IE 9 Final is published, we cant use it - or have to deal it without the toolbar. This sucks!

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

   Internet Explorer 9 is supported by Norton, toolbar included on Windows 7 64bit  in 32bit form.  No matter going forward Norton should fully support 64 bit Browsers on 64bit operating systems. Going forward there is already talk for 128bit support in future Microsoft Windows products. When is Norton going to start to catch-up.

PSteinberger
Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

i would also like to see a toolbar for firefox 4 64bit and IE 64bit (i don't use IE as thats just asking for it) for those of us that want to use programs native to are os's firefox 4 64bit is here

http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-trunk/

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

please!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Note: Symantec is falling behind!

The Lastpass toolbar already works in 64-bit browsers.

I got sick of waiting and have given up using Norton Identity Safe.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

64bit should be supported by leading company such as Symantec.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

I have another trojan that Norton can't detect - and neither can every 3-hour scanner I've DL'ed - that prevents me running IE8/9, but I don't know why you'd want an MS browser anyway. You might as well have MS sec essentials to go with it - they both run last place in every race.

IE's preinstalled if it has to be used, but Firefox 3 (4 doesn't support Norton) or Chrome (supports nothing) is still the way to go.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

@TKO_123 firefox 4 isn't supported yet as its a beta and going around downloading malware scanners is just asking for it

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

i agree, minefield (beta 64bit firefox) is great, even better now with flash, if i only had my toolbar

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Toolbar & Office 2010 64 bits support is most welcome. Waiting so long for fully support. Now that Adobe is finnaly working/having a 64 bits Flash player, it's step in the right direction.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Good idea. I also suggest update toolbar for coming soon IE9. I also suggest 64 bit Symantec software version on Norton Connect http://www.symantec.com/connect/idea/i-suggest-norton-software-windows-64-bit. Do not simply adjust the Norton Toolbar for 64 bits, you need to make Symantec software versions for 64 bit systems. I expect that new Norton 2012 products versions (NAV and NIS) will appear also in 64 bit version. 64 bit antivirus software are now offered, for example: BitDefender Internet Security 2011.

CheersPaweł Nyczaj
Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Come on Norton! Are you for real? Get with the program. I've been using your product for 12 years now. If I had realized this 64bit issue before I purchased NIS 2011, I'd have never done so. Rest assured, if this isn't addressed soon, my next purchase will be elsewhere. IE8 64bit support please.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Ditto

Mitka - NSwBu 22.0.0.91 | WIN 8 x64 Pro | IE 11
Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Ditto for 64-bit browser support.

Mitka

Mitka - NSwBu 22.0.0.91 | WIN 8 x64 Pro | IE 11
Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

I need this addon. I can't install a 32 bit version of internet explorer 9 on a windows 7 64 bit.

By the way. On firefox 4 it doesn't function either.

I have a 360 version 5

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Just like all the above comments, i would like to see support for 64 bit IE, Firefox,etc and any other 64 bit application. A lot of people will have a Norton product installed not realising there is a huge gap in their system security if they use IE 64 bit. This needs to be addressed as soon as possible.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

It's about time there was a patch to make this toolbar work with 64 bit IE. If McAfee can do it why cant you Norton. Do we have to switch to McAfee to get full confidence in 64 bit browsing protection???

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

I will also voice my support for 64-bit compatibility.  64-bit is the way of the future, and to not support the latest 64-bit enabled browsers just doesn't make any sense.  Please add this asap!

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

I really think it is time to wake up and smell the roses. The way of the future is 64-bit operating systems. Time is getting closer to becoming a larger used reality. Lets get going and start to lead the way and adapt full support for 64-bit operating systems. Meaning for all 64-bit browsers. 

PSteinberger
Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Anything 64 bit should be supported as well as the 32 bit version. This goes for IE, Firefox, Outlook, whatever.


 
Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

I think Symantec needs to take the attitude of a startup company here and just do it.

Web of Trust and some others (McAfee from memory) aleady work on 64-bit browsers.

I don't see why any discussion should even be necessary.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Im looking forward to it. Get a move on Norton!

Kudos1

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

My subscription expires July 30th.  I have a total of 8 computers.  Norton has known for years they need to do this.  Until July 30th I'm researching other options.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Come on, Symantec, it's time to move to 64-bit for IE9.  We've waited patiently for over a year!

I have used Norton products for years and years and was SURE that I'd see 64-bit soon on my last 360 renewal.  Don't let me down.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Norton toolbar for 64-bit should be included as 64 bit is the future, so my vote for this.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

the norton toolbar showed up on my 64 bit/IE9 for 2 days .... how did that happen?

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

good workaround for toolbar in 64 bit until Norton ges on the ball ..... if you use Windows Live Mail,log on to your mail BEFORE you open your browser and auto-login works with Norton Toolbar present when you open your browser .... works for me !

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Almost 3 years and still nothing?? Add me to the list!

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

64-bit browser support definitely needed now.  IE 9 64-bit and nightly builds of Firefox 7.

Kudos2

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

There are now other security suites that fully support 64 bit Outlook and 64 bit IE. Get with the times or get left behind. 64 bit IE had been included with 64 bit Windows since Vista came out almost 5 years ago.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Come on 64-bit support for browsers!

Kudos1

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Yes, 64-bit support for all browsers.

Kudos0

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Not to mention Nightly v12.0a 64-bit and Firefiox derivatives Waterfox 64-bit and Pale Moon 64-bit.

Kudos1

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

It's long past time for NIS and Idenitity Safe to work with 64 bit browsers!

Kudos1

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Yes, 64-bit support would be nice.  I use most major browsers, IE included

Kudos1

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

The need for 64 bit tool bar is long over due.   I use the 64 bit IE for the speed it brings, but can not use the tool bar or identity safe, so it is back and forth I go.

Kudos1

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Hi. I recently upgraded to Win 7 64 bit. As we are now in 2012 I was very surprised to be informed by an agent last week that currently ‘Norton does not support' Windows 7 64 bit - Identity Safe!

WHAT?

My licence comes up for renewal this week and I just cannot believe this. Why should I part with my cash for a product which is not up to date? The Identify Safe is just one USP that has kept me with Norton Internet Security. I'm not saying it's the primary reason for having it, but it does make one wonder, if Norton cannot resolve this (how long has this release been out) what other 'issues' are lurking out their? And I was just beginning to fully understand the application and its nuances! BC

Kudos1

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

I agree this should be supported. Its been 2 years with my Sony VAIO 64 bit.

In their defense I mostly been using the offical verison of Firebox which is 32 bit but on the other hand I have Outlook 64 bit. I generally happy with Outlook junk filter and since all my mail connections are SSL or encrypted that Norton can't scan it. I also use Norton Digital ID which was bought from versign.

I just hope that in Windows 8 they can support x64 bit. Its going to be hard but this will force my hand to another Company. I give them to Fall when Windows 8 launches to support x64

~I am still at a lost who I really am but by going deep into the jungles I can unlock my secret past.Sony VAIO VPCF136FM; Windows 8.1 Professional with Media Center x64; 8 GB RAM; Intel i7 Quad @ 1.73 GHz (Boast to 2.83 GHz) Norton Security v22.0.0.110
Kudos1

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Hey Man. Windows 8 64 bit is supported by MS. I should think Semantic is a Golden Partner or what ever it's called. This just goes beyond the pail. I mean don't Norton support a lot of CORPS, and this is good CRM? They are not it seems into retaining their customer base. I'm in sales, and the best advert is a recommendation, a report recently confirmed people are more likely to go with that than an advert, and Adds cost money, whereas keeping a customer brings in more: ergo looking after punters is more than a good move, like wise the opposite has a negative effect! I don't hold Tech shares, but if I did  hold any Semantic equity I'd be selling later on today! Cheers BC

Kudos1

Re: Norton Toolbar needed for IE8 and IE9 64-bit

Thanks for the idea. Just to clarify, the toolbar works on 64-bit OS but not on the 64-bit IE. 64-bit IE users, please vote! :-)