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Norton Antivirus 2011 Free Three Month Trial

The Internet is not a safe place as many think, there are innumerable threats just waiting for the unwary user. To ensure a worry free online experience every time, a fast and reliable security solution is a must for every computer user. Norton is one of the best security software available today and its new version (Norton 2011) has many performance improvements over its previous version such as faster startup time, better resource usage, faster shutdown and expanded memory metrics.

Norton Antivirus 2011 and Norton Internet Security 2011 max your life on the Internet with smarter, faster protection that won’t let you down. It lets you email, surf, shop and bank online without worrying about cybercrime.

Whether you are using Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 or even a Macintosh, Norton is right for you. Interested readers can now download a free three month trial of Norton Antivirus 2011, Norton Internet Security 2011 and Norton 360 Version 4.0 at source.


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