An Expert Overview of outdated Norton AntiVirus 2012
Norton AntiVirus 2012 stands as a better option between a wide range of security products spread in the international security software market. It not only protects your PC against viruses and other malware, but also is very less intrusive compared to other antivirus products.
Norton has made drastic changes over the years. With the release of Norton AntiVirus 2012, several shortcomings of the previous versions are covered and overcome. With the release of the latest version, Norton ascends in the correct direction with an enhanced virus detection engine.
It is very easy to install and takes much lesser time in installation. You do not even need to restart your computer after its installation. In case of any installation problem, get expert help from a third party Norton Support provider but remember it would be a paid service.
In comparison to the previous versions, you will notice that this version consumes very less disk space. In fact, Norton AntiVirus 2012 is now one among the best programs in case of memory consumption.
Norton forms multiple layers of defense layers to protect your system from virus attacks. In addition, it also defends your PC from worms, spyware, Trojans, rootkits and bots. If you still face any problem with your computer security, then avail the benefits of third party Norton Technical Support.
Norton detected 99.5 percent of viruses in a test carried by AV-Testorg and have received two out of three stars by AV Comparatives. Of all the 49 tests carried, it failed in only one. Norton pays special attention to the newly installed programs on your PC and compares it with the database of harmful as well as trusted programs. If AntiVirus finds a program, it is not aware about; it deals with more precaution. This helps the security product in removing those viruses as well, which it has not discovered yet. Such a behavioral detection is called Quorum.
You can perform three types of scans with Norton AntiVirus 2012- Quick, Full or Custom. Full scanning is intensive and it substantially slows down the computer. So, it is recommended that you should run full scan only when you are not using your computer for any other work. The newest innovation in the scanning process is that the trusted or unchanged files are skipped from scanning, this saves computer from slowing down and unnecessary time wastage. You are not required to do anything for its updates. The update runs in the background silently, every 5-15 minutes. This provides every minute protection. However, if you need, you can get a manual live update as well.
It comes with a bootable recovery disk, which in case of PC crash helps you to get back to the normal mode. Norton also scans the wall of Facebook to remove malware.
Norton AntiVirus 2012 has done a lot of improvement in its interface. The layout is much more logical and tidy. It is able to monitor the programs that slow down your computer. If you want, you can even monitor the performance of your whole system. This version of Norton is a lot easier to work than the previous versions. The older version had a huge impact on the system but, the current version is much more streamlined and convenient to use.
Besides all these improvements and overcomes, there are still little problems with Norton. People sometimes face some problem to remove Norton AntiVirus. For any kind of issues that you might face with a Norton product, you can take help from experts. They are certified technicians who can help you in case of Norton AntiVirusinstall or uninstall. These services are chargeable.
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