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Kudos4 Stats

Nice Work Symantec

I´m very disappointed ,i´ve been your customer for years.Every Year for this Season our old key of NIS was supported for the new version of antivirus.Now it doesn´t...

I´ve 40 days and just for clarify i will not renew for a new Symantec Product anymore beacause you broke a tradition.

-I din´t understand why Symantec exits of most reputable company in antivirus tests:Avcomparatives.-For me bad signal...

I hope you have much luck with the business,but for me this is THE END.

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Kudos0

Re: Nice Work Symantec

Stop whining about 40 days dude... I have a NISv21 key that's valid till 2019 that doesn't work for the new NSv22..

Kudos0

Re: Nice Work Symantec

40 days or 400 days its the same. they wake up 1 morning and they think lets take again some money from our stupid customers!!!!!!!!

bye bye Symantec!!!!!!! i'll go for Eset now!!!!!! congratulations for your stupidity!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kudos1 Stats

Re: Nice Work Symantec

How many times do Norton have to tell users here to get in touch with Norton OnLine Support and they will sort things out for you especially for 40 days. But in any case you would be well advised, as always, not to rush to install the first public release on a work a day machine but to let others find the inevitable "infelicities" ..... You are well protected with NIS/NAV and if you absolutely must try the new version download it and get the free trial period ... but I would wait.

Hugh
Kudos0

Re: Nice Work Symantec

I agree Hugh, why rush in. I am running a Trial version right now with Major problems.

I posted a few threads on here already with a couple problems.

I have two Months left on NIS v21 and just bought a new copy from Amazon for $19.95 and will ride that horse until NS is updated and these bugs are fixed. I still get full support for NIS and its has proven protection.

Jim

Kudos0

Re: Nice Work Symantec

I too expect Norton will support the v21.x for another year... I just have more than a year to go with my NIS subscription. And then if no single pc option is available then. . . . . Ah! I dont want to hear such a news. . . . . . . . .
regards, CV | There is no ONE TOUCH KEY to security . Be alert and vigilant. . | Always have a Backup Plan!
Kudos0

Re: Nice Work Symantec

I just renewed my subscription last month for NIS. I wish I knew about the big changes coming down the line before I did that. But in reality, there is nothing wrong with NIS. I have been beta testing NS also. Although I am irritated that NIS won't be getting any serious updates by Norton anymore, I wouldn't have installed Norton Security anyway until at least some of the bugs were ironed out.

I've had some pretty decent luck using Microsoft Defender (knock on wood), I even install a Norton trial and/or other free anti-virus software every now and then and run it from my computer or in live mode on a CD or thumbdrive just to make sure my computer hasn't become infected. Perhaps once my NIS subscription runs out there will be some other pricing options available for Norton Security, since I don't have any need for 5 seats (at the moment). But Norton has always been a good product and I look forward to seeing how Norton Security matures in the future.

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