Can I re-install my norton on my new computer using my current account
I doubt that Norton will let you get updates that way (although you can try). What I do know from experience is that Norton is not the anti virus or program it used to be. It tends to slow down your system. That is true with the internet security as well. I recommend ESET for anti virus, but there are plenty out there that are ranked well....look at cnet.com for reviews. p.s. i am a computer tech.
I think you can, because I have re-installed my norton. I hope you have printed your product key number, because you are going to need it. If you have not printed it, you may find this in your email norton sent you when you first applied. Good luck.
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