Norton 360 3.0 or Kaspersky Antivirus 2010? Which would you recommend?

Norton 360 3.0 or Kaspersky Antivirus 2010? Which would you recommend?
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  1. Kaspersky.
  2. I second Kapersky
  3. Of these 2 options I would say Kaspersky, but if you're open to other options, I would look at VIPRE Antivirus from Sunbelt Software, and Comodo for your firewall.
  4. kaspersky then vipre!
  5. If you're intent on buying Kaspersky. Norton is a bit of a resource hog, in my experience.
  6. my version of kaspersky expired today... im gonna install win 7 today run it as a limited user and use Microsoft security essentials its free and it works great. I'm runing it on my laptop... but if your not an advanced user I would go with kaspersky or spy sweeper w/ anti virus or nod 32 they all work great!
  7. the new norton is very low on resources but i still prefer kaspersky!
  8. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    the new norton is very low on resources but i still prefer kaspersky!


    This is true, but I still don't see the point of Norton 360 even existing. It's essentially a duplication of other Norton products which do the same thing, all in a different package.
  9. Another vote for Kapersky of the two.

    Though I suggest checking out Nod32 as well.
  10. neither ..... norton always has and still is a resource HOG! , as for kaspersky i have run it on win7 beta and rc1 ... but i was NOT impressed at all (also slow and chunky with resources). i'd suggest AVG or Avast
  11. Norton should be killed. With fire. LOTS of fire.
  12. avg is junk!avast and avira are decent!
  13. BadKharmaCDN said:
    neither ..... norton always has and still is a resource HOG! , as for kaspersky i have run it on win7 beta and rc1 ... but i was NOT impressed at all (also slow and chunky with resources). i'd suggest AVG or Avast


    AVG is starting (actually has already started) following in Symantec's footsteps from back in 2004/2005 at the height of resource usage issues which plagued their consumer products for years. I'm still not sure why they didn't use the same approach as their corporate products which were much better about their resource footprint. They would have kept a lot of customers doing that, but i'm glad Symantec has learned. It's just too bad that Grisoft is going to have to do the same.
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