I have been using Norton Antivirus for years and never had any issues, however, from what I've heard, Microsoft Essentials offers the same protection for free. Does anyone have experience with this software and what is your opinion on it? Also, does it slow your computer down as much as Norton seems to?
It's true- everyone has their own favorite. Some people hate Norton, but I've been really lucky with it. I just hate how it slows down the computer so much...and of course, that you have to pay for it!
I used to use Norton but it caused problems. I use McAfee now and have had no problems at all. I'm not familiar with Microsoft Essentials.
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