Read the end user license carefully, some anti virus permits the installation of a secondary copy on a laptop. You're not supposed to run both machines at the same time, but I've no idea how anybody would attempt to enforce that.
As far a I am aware the Norton licence is for one installation only.......you have to pay more for multiple pc licences.
Worth checking up on the Symantec website to check that though.It's more than a year since I personally used Norton, so things may have changed.
Jimmy14.......No-one is suggesting that mib ditches anything.He already has and presumably is happy with Norton on one machine.He or she may not be so happy about paying a second licence fee, so the suggestion to use AVG by Kate B is both valid and helpful.
After all the best way to find out if you are getting effective protection,or not, from a paid for and a free AV is to use one of each on two computers with similar usage.
That wasn't an irrelevant post at all. If mib was able to install it on a second PC I might agree but as it stands mib would have to buy another copy therefore the suggestion to use AVG is a good idea and is relevant. Kate B never suggested ditching anything. You should read before you type. I know you like Norton and got annoyed at the posts people made in previous posts about dumping it for AVG but you're jumping the gun here. Read what Kate B said.
Ok then if that's what you think. I don't know why on earth someone would want to pay for Norton on 1 computer and use free AVG on the other.
Totally-braindead, I do read before I type which is normal and I DO NOT get annoyed at people making previous posts about dumping it, I just see no point whatsoever and it is very unhelpful. I have already read what she said when I was about to put in my post and what I am still saying is what I have said above to gudgulf, I wouldn't see the point in having AVG free on one machine and paying for Norton on the other.