I want to remove Norton antivirus. What is the best way to do this?
I installed AVG on both our laptops here at home. Bought the two years, two licences version. The laptop with 2 gigs of memory is running fine. The one with 256 megs choked to a grinding stop. Had to remove it just last nite. It was taking literally 20 minutes to boot. I am going to up the RAM on the little machine and try it again, but AVG does need some room to work just like the other anti virus programs.MrB said:Try AVG from grisoft.com They have a free version for personal use. It does not impact the computer performance the way Norton does. We have used the commercial version at the office for the last several years and have not had any problems.
I know people using the free version for home and they have not had any problems.
You may be able to find a mask to hide the feathers. But the moment you speak your beak will show. Just the simple question "Why does that have to be so complicated?" will send them all in a rage.Zotter said:Maybe if I find a mask that will hide the feathers.