@wharrgarbl I actually checked it before:
Norton is at the top, along with Bitdefender, F-Secure, Trend Micro and something called Quick Clean or something. Oh, and Kaspersky, but I don't trust Russians.
Isn't all up in your face, decent threat capturing, doesn't suck all your system resources.
It's cheap and I remember using it and really liking it, too. Just had a huge problem with Windows 8 on my laptop, it would make it awake from sleep mode and it would never go back to sleep again. I guess it was like 2 years ago, though.
But, how is it better than Norton?
I've been using Norton 360 (I guess it's called Norton Internet Security again) for the past 2-3 years. I really like it, apart from handling files it deems "potential threats" -- basically, it removes them, I need to catch that window where it tells me so, click a button, wait for a long time, click through the windows, wait for a long time, finally restore it and add as an exception.
Apart from that, it's working as designed and I like it. Still, I heard "that's my problem", why is that? Which AV sucks the least, why does it suck the least?
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