10-22-2009 06:27 AM - edited 10-22-2009 06:28 AM
Being one of the people who activated and started using the final gold release of Windows 7 two and a half months ago, and installing the final release of NIS 2010 soon after,
on this day as Windows 7 goes into general release..
I' d like to assure you and I can vouch for it (well, for the x86 [32-bit] version I really,really can) - NIS 2010 and Windows 7 get along together perfectly, with no errors and incompatibilities. These 2 months there have been no crashes or lockups whatsoever.
So, if you got a clean install of both, you're good. If something is causing problems to either of these two products, it is a third party.
10-22-2009 06:43 AM
I have 2 systems of 32 bit Win 7 Ultimate - one with NIS2010 and Ghost 14 and one with Norton 360 and both have performed flawlessly over the past couple of months. I have had a 64bit Win 7 system up and running for a while with NIS2010 and that too ran excellently but I no longer use it. Like yours, my installation were all "clean".
We look forward to the time when the Power of Love will replace the Love of Power. Then will our world know the blessings of peace. ~William Ewart Gladstone
11-11-2009 03:28 PM
Do any of the mods or administrators know when the activation codes will be mailed out to the hosts of the Windows 7 launch parties. There appears to be some confusion regarding this. My understanding in reading this is you will download the 30 day trial of NIS 2010 and then when that expires you will then get an email with the activation code. My question is how does Norton know when our 30 day trials expire. http://www.houseparty.com/party_talk/posts/13533