TimGromov Newbie1 Reg: 13-Feb-2023 Posts: 1 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 This forum thread needs a solution. Kudos0 False report about my computer memory Posted: 13-Feb-2023 | 12:45PM · 3 Replies · Permalink I just received a message stating that my computer is low on memory (it is new, almost 1TB) and some more BS problems , so I have to upgrade to Norton Deluxe. Is it some kind of promotion or what?! Very upset new customer. I have the same question1Stats Last Comment Replies SendOfJive Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 07-Feb-2009 Posts: 13,832 Solutions: 821 Kudos: 6,714 Kudos0 Re: False report about my computer memory Posted: 13-Feb-2023 | 1:11PM · Permalink This has been going on for a while. It is a Norton ad for something. It wouldn't be so bad if the low memory warning was accurate. But it is not, which is terribly misleading. peterweb Guru Mobile Master Norton Fighter25 Reg: 17-Apr-2008 Posts: 39,998 Solutions: 2,530 Kudos: 6,925 Kudos0 Re: False report about my computer memory Posted: 13-Feb-2023 | 1:35PM · Permalink And just an FYI. The 1TB you mention is your hard drive storage. Not your memory. Memory is the temporary Random Access Memory on your motherboard. xjoex Norton Fighter25 Reg: 27-Nov-2020 Posts: 1,613 Solutions: 243 Kudos: 393 Kudos1 Stats Re: False report about my computer memory Posted: 14-Feb-2023 | 6:35AM · Edited: 14-Feb-2023 | 6:35AM · Permalink What stands out to me is that the message looks much more like a sales and marketing pitch rather than an error message from a concerned program. Norton has melded the two together to cause confusion on the part of less experienced users. I guess it is caveat emptor when it comes to buying Norton products. This thread is closed from further comment. Please visit the forum to start a new thread.