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As an IT Coordinator and Network Administrator, I feel that I should at least put some kind of warning out about McAfee and Norton. For over a decade, most new computers from companies such as Dell, Gateway, HP, and many other brands have been issued with some form of McAfee or Norton on them. Those of us who have bought these computers in bulk for companies, schools, libraries, corporations, etc., we immediately either remove those and install a better solution or we make a new image and install our own favorite brands. I will say that some protection is better than none. That being said, why would you use a program that will continually pop-up adds, renewal notices, upgrade reminders to such a point as they become worse than the problem they are suppose to protect you from? Many people have dubbed McAfee and Norton as the original malware as they have been doing this practice for years. I am not going to persuade you to buy one company over another. All I ask is that you do your homework and shop around. Just because they come on your new computer does not mean they are the best company to go with. I have used Symantic's solution to get rid of some trojans such as the FBI virus but I will not condone some of the practices they employ to force you to buy their software. It is hard to ignore that some of the other old favorites such as AVG and Avast have started doing some of the same tactics on their free versions as well. I guess if it works for McAfee and Norton, why shouldn't they cash in as well? Just my two cents. Take it as you will.
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