Its not just the free program users that have been complaining its some of the Norton users as well. I'm glad that Norton appear to be listening to what their customers want and have streamlined it somewhat. By the way I'm not a Norton user.
thanks for your comments, I bought the program when buying the computer,and my annual sub is uptodate,so nnot a freebie. i am a fully paid up member Is the upgrade to 2007 an option for current subscribers, if so how do i go about getting it please.
Strange thing is that Symantek spent the last few years denying there was a problem, yet now are making much of the fact they've fixed it. Pat on the back for sorting things, slap round the head for telling porkies all this time.
I suppose this means we'll have to find something else to suggest to the next petitioner craving resolution to their slow PC problem.
I'm with Belatucadrus on this. They knew that it slowed the computer up and denied it and now say that its sorted. Don't get me wrong, if Norton have slimmed their program down so it doesn't drag things down so much then all praise to them but I find it a bit two faced to say that there isn't a problem and then a couple of years down the line that they've solved it. If you have it Aargh and are happy with it then fine. Always nice to know that a programs been updated.