Do you think Norton is the best anti-virus? What about webroot?
Actually, Norton is one of the most popular antivirus programs for many years now. And personally, I think it is also included in the list of best antivirus softwares. And about webroot antivirus software, I only have few knowledge about it. Maybe, it would be more helpful if you'll search for professional and customer reviews about the product.
Honestly I can't stand Norton. I find it to be a system resource hog and constantly unreliable. I have found Avast home, AVG,and Avira to be some of the best free virus scanners out there. I run Avast on everyone of my computers and my clients computers when they ask me what I use. I've used webroot in the past and it seemed reliable for the most part.
Webroot is by far a superior product. As is PC Tools antivirus.
Norton is the best antivirus software. Norton offers us full-proof protection against internet threats. It automatically deletes the virus and malwares, Webrrot is also fine but Norton is best.
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