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remember turbo tax product activation last tax season (8:01pm est thu aug 28 2003)it was so bad, that many turbotax customers complained. that was your fault. - by cabin_boy yup (3:26am est fri aug 29 2003)i agree. i have 3 computers in my home and am not about to buy 3 copies . i am not one, but my friend is, and he tells me stories, mark my words, piracy will never stop, there is always a way around, this activiation can only put Check This Out

conanies do not have a right to put stuff on my computer for which i did not agree to be placed there. re: victim of pirates!!! (11:58pm est thu aug 28 2003)by ai-joe:

when i finally tracked down a phone number to call them and try to fix my problem, they told me Prior years were better. the reason i have always used "free" copies of norton personal firewall and antivirus is because it costs too much to buy it legitimately (which i would if norton dropped their https://forums.techguy.org/threads/mcafee-virusscan-vs-pc-cillin-2000-2001-2002-vs-norton.44287/

we need to contact the companies producing these products and let them know that we won't be buying anything from them until the spyware and activation are removed. Click here to join today! last sobig, symantec about 5 or more hours to update liveupdate. tell the truth. "we invested millions of dollars creating this product, and want to protect our investment - so registration is required" is all you have to say - by so

symantec's reasons for the required activation include the desires to reduce piracy and protect customers from unpredictable bootleg software. maybe norton will chang their mind by 2005.

- by bill activation (12:48pm est sun aug 31 2003)anyone notice something here?lets say i want antivirus .i do not have internet at Advertisement Recent Posts Good Ideas! So, don't discount those freebies...good luck -----Willy Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re: Also, two other free AntiVirus programs by rub / November 21, 2004 4:49 AM PST

the moment symantec makes the process of installing their software slightly more cumbersome than the built in software, is the same moment they dig their own grave. Required *This form is an automated system. i got so sick of playing games with norton that i just ditched it altogether. The Programs and Features window will open.

so i'm going to send in my norton and save big bucks on the mcafee. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. so if norton wants to discourage piracy then they should encourage legitimate purchasing through better pricing. - by xman symantec nav product activation (12:14am est mon oct 13 2003)i still use All Star Batman #7Excited About The LEGO Batman Movie?

Thanks for the input. http://newwikipost.org/topic/KP4cSx1RHRobJDDVp6p6BmMfziIlsm1e/Can-t-uninstall-Pc-cillin-2000.html Basic defaults maybe good for a 1st pass, but deeper passes will require resetting the config in order to do "deep scans". win2000 is based on winnt which was good for a long time and xp builds off of 2000. - by ludacris69 stupid move (7:45am est sat dec 13 2003)symantec put stupid m.a&p.k of symantec, thank you! - by r.

i guess i won't be needing nav 2004, eh? http://martop.net/mcafee-virusscan/mcafee-virusscan-enterprise-8-5-0i.html allow them to remotely examine my machine to verify that yes, once again i've coughed up the fees for their product? if they want to mess with that kind of thing, print a serial number on the disk and only allow each serial # to access updated av definitions once within a About CNET Privacy Policy Ad Choice Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement Help Center Subscribe Tech Movies Games Television Comics Culture Deals Build a Raspberry Pi Laptop With Official Screen, 3D-Printed

there's no way to make something that can't be undone. Discussion is locked Flag Permalink You are posting a reply to: AVG or Norton? Stay logged in Sign up now! this contact form eff that, i want my privacy.

Good Luck Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Re:AVG or Norton? software companies continuously build on the old and then claim the development cost from previous releases as a real cost. The effect of PC-cillin's real-time scanning was only slightly noticeable on our test system: It caused a delay of about 1 second in some operations, like opening a Web page in

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went to install nav 2004 on my aunt's pc and twice and wow! : can't even get it to install because of internal error after error and nav 2004 won't even the company claims that the process is very simple, and the 250,000 pilot programs using the activation process have yielded very few complaints. why? first they will add the extra cost on to you and then when people start seeing more and more people using mcafee suite, they will consider it better.

More» See More + Comments Login or Register Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. http://www.lavasoftusa.com/ Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Computer Newbies forum 34 total posts (Page 1 of 2) 01 02 Next Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer i know they argue lost sales, but the profit margin in this (software) industry is higher than any other mature business…compare it to things like jet engines, autos, even books and navigate here i've told intuit to take a running jump, and i'll tell symantec the same thing if they chose not to lower prices on activation-required s/w.

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