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Which Norton Product

I currently use Norton 360 on My WIN7 Pro computer.  When I move up to Win 10, I would like to know

1.  Does any Norton product work with Win?

2.  I have seen several articles where Norton does work with 10 and the recommendation is use MSFT Defender?  Which is better, or do they work together?

Thanks

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Re: Which Norton Product

All current Norton products work with Windows 10. The latest Version:  

Norton 22.17.2.46 supports: Windows 7 SP1 and above, 8, 8.1, 10

What version are you running?

Jim 

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I cm currently WIn 7 Pro and win VMXP.  The question was geared to when MSFT forces me to abandon these OSs in favor ot WIN 10.

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The basic answer is given by Phoneman : All products of Norton work with Windows 10. Of course, I would say.

When Norton is installed, Windows Defender wil be deactivated. They cannot work together.

Although Windows Defender is much better nowadays in Windows 10, Norton still provides more function and so more security. Ergo : Norton is better.

W10 1809 and 1903 / W10 Insider / IE11 and FF 67, TB 60.7, NS 22.17, (Android 7 with NMS)
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FrustratedByNor:

I cm currently WIn 7 Pro and win VMXP.  The question was geared to when MSFT forces me to abandon these OSs in favor ot WIN 10.

Hi FrustratedByNor:

Does "win VMXP" mean you have a Win XP SP3 virtual machine, and if so do you currently have Norton installed on this VM?

Further to PhoneMan's comment <above> about Win 7 SP1 and higher, if your current Norton 360 subscription has an available activation seat I think you should be able to install Norton Security v22.15.2.22 (the legacy version for Win XP and Vista described in the March 2019 product update announcement Announcing Norton Security 22.15.2.22 Update for Windows XP/Vista/ 7 SP 0) on your Win XP SP3 VM and activate the installation with your current product activation key.  I have Norton Security Deluxe v22.15.2.22 running on my Vista SP2 machine, and the last time I checked with Norton Customer Support I was told a product key for N360 could be used to activate either Norton Security Deluxe (NS, without backup) or Norton Security Premium (NSBU, a.k.a. Norton Security with Backup) on a Windows PC as long as you have a spare activation seat.

I've posted download links for v22.15.0.88 offline installers in my Dec 2018 thread Download Links for NS/NSBU v22.15.1.8 Installers (XP and Vista).  You can contact Norton Customer Support via Live Chat at https://www.norton.com/chat and ask them if there's a newer full offline installer for v22.15.2.22 posted on their FTP server that's compatible with Win XP/Vista, but if you use the v22.15.0.88 installer a few consecutive LiveUpdates should patch you back to the current v22.15.2.22.
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32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox ESR v52.9.0 * Norton Security Deluxe v22.15.2.22

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I have win7 pro and a vmxp sp3.  Both have norton 360 installed.  I use 360 because at one time I used NIS (I think) and I kept losing the internet.  N360 solved this problem.  I like norton because of the safe site tags when using google.  Currently I use google chrome for my browser.  I only asked the question because I will need to move up to win10 by Jan 2020 and wanted to know if Norton works.  I believe that when Win10 was first availabe, Norton did not work with it.

The win10 OS I get will not have a vm attached.

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FrustratedByNor:

I like norton because of the safe site tags when using google.  Currently I use google chrome for my browser.  I only asked the question because I will need to move up to win10 by Jan 2020 and wanted to know if Norton works.  I believe that when Win10 was first availabe, Norton did not work with it.

Hi FrustratedByNor:

Then you should be good to go, as PhoneMan stated <here>.  As far as I know, when Win 10 was first released in July 2015 the only caveat was that Win 10 / Norton users were required to upgrade to Norton v22.x because older Norton v21.x products are not compatible with Win 10.  The first Win 10-compatible Norton v22.5 was released in June 2015, just before Win 10 was officially released - see the old product update announcement Norton Product Update 22.5 for Windows 10 Compatibility.

I don't use Chrome, but if you're referring to the Norton Safe Web browser extension please note that this add-on is available for free to the general public on the Chrome Web Store at https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/norton-safe-web/fnpbeacklnhmkkilekogeiekaglbmmka.  If you decide to use the built-in Windows Defender that comes with Win 10 as your main antivirus (which many long-time Norton users are now doing) you can still install this Norton browser extension in Chrome without renewing your N360 subscription.
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32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * Firefox ESR v52.9.0 * Norton Security Deluxe v22.15.2.22

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I looked into the Windows Defender/Norton Security Issue in the past, and think you need to add another program to use with Windows Defender. I use the pay version of Malwarebytes. I have some computers with that setup, and some with Norton Security. Neither setup has said something actually bad has occurred. Jim
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Jim80801:
I looked into the Windows Defender/Norton Security Issue in the past, and think you need to add another program to use with Windows Defender. I use the pay version of Malwarebytes...

Hi Jim80801:

I purchased a lifetime (perpetual) license for Malwarebytes Premium for under $20 USD about a decade ago so it was a one-time cost for me, but newer Malwarebytes Premium v3.x licenses must now be renewed annually and the current price at https://www.malwarebytes.com/pricing/ is listed at $39.99 USD (one device, 1 year).  Note that Malwarebytes Premium v3.x is marketed as an antivirus "replacement" by Malwarebytes but is not a full antivirus - see David H. Lipman's comments in post # 4 of the BleepingComputer thread Is Malwarebytes Enough?.

The Windows Defender program that is built in to Vista and Win 7 is a limited anti-malware / anti-spyware scanner that only scans for a small number of threats, so users with those operating systems usually supplement their protection with a full antivirus (AV) like Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) or a third-party AV like Norton.  Windows Defender in Win 8.x and Win 10 is a full antivirus, so while the paid version of Malwarebytes Premium v3.x  adds an extra layer of protection against lower-risk threats [e.g., potentially unwanted programs and modifications (PUPs / PUMS) like brower hijackers, adware, etc.] on Win 10 computers, I know of quite a few Win 10 users who only use the built-in Windows Defender AV (or a paid AV like Norton) for their real-time protection and then run the occasional manual scan with Malwarebytes Free v3.x just to check for lower-risk PUPs or PUMs that might have been missed by their antivirus.

Malware samples used in recent comparative tests by companies like AV-Test, AV Comparatives and SE Labs (formerly Dennis Technology Labs) don't always predict the actual efficacy of AVs in the "real world" but they do show that the current Windows Defender v4.x AV that is built in to Win 10 now achieves similar protection scores in their tests compared to third-party products like Bitdefender, Kaspersky, Norton, etc.  That wasn't always the case - MSE and the Windows Defender AV used to have some of the lowest rankings in those comparative tests just a few years ago.

At the end of the day, using Norton instead of the built-in Windows Defender AV on a modern Win 10 machine probably comes down to your personal preference and level of comfort with the software.  If you already use a full antivirus like Windows Defender or Norton for your real-time protection on a Win 10 machine, I likely wouldn't bother adding Malwarebytes Premium v3.x real-time protection if I had to pay an annual subscription fee of ~ $40 USD/year.
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32-bit Vista Home Premium SP2 * FF ESR v52.9.0 * Norton Security v22.15.2.22 * Malwarebytes v3.5.1

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