Me Too0 Last Comment Replies pegas Regular Contributor5 Reg: 15-Dec-2009 Posts: 188 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 17 Kudos0 Re: Safely changing from Mcafee to Norton. You’ll see something that looks like this: Follow the on-screen directions, mostly clicking “next“, to rid yourself forever of all Norton leftovers. Thanks so muchYou will eventually have to decide what to do. I have many questions on changing over to Norton and this is only a few to start.Thanks so much 0 Kudos Posted by Queen-Evie 02-06-2010 12:36 AM Edited on 02-06-2010 12:37 have a peek at this web-site
it comes by default w/ an audio voice telling you every single stupid thing. so that kinda sucks. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Looking forward to more help Respectfully Accepted Solution Krusty13 Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 31-May-2011 Posts: 13,328 Solutions: 490 Kudos: 3,449 Kudos0 Re: Safe replacing McAfee with Norton??
Posted: 10-Apr-2012 | 6:37PM • Permalink Minhil wrote:I mean my dad got norton 2012 360. Then it played real rough on my systems, in fact I had to down-grade AOL 9.1 to AOL 6 or 7 if I wanted to keep McAfee. Having multiple virus protection and firewall programs installed can cause conflicts between the software and leave your computer vulnerable to threats.
Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to RSS Feed Highlight Print Report I just installed Norton last night after removing Mcafee. It's best to uninstall old anti-virus software before installing a new one, assuming you make sure to stay safe during the transition. // Hey, Leo. Advertisement This may take a while, or in some cases may fail completely. Are Norton And Mcafee The Same Company? What happens to customers who are currently using the Comcast McAfee offer?Customers who currently use McAfee will continue to be covered during a migration period.
No MaAfee is not perfect, but produces a lot less system problems, based upon my experience.I hate to see Comcast switch but am sure it is a money thing. Safely Changing From Norton To Mcafee Avoiding conflict Remember that multiple anti-virus programs can, in fact, come into conflict with each other when they’re installed together. McAfee programs can be uninstalled from your computer's operating system, and also require the use of a removal tool.StepAccess your computer's Control Panel if you are using Windows 2000 or Windows Posted: 29-Jan-2014 | 11:55AM • Permalink Chukcha wrote:Many thanks to - floplot, kkk_02 and Krusty13 for your prompt response and valuable information.
Until very recently, they even supported NT, 98, and 95. Which Is Better Norton Or Mcafee If I don't get any advice by them I'm going with my gut and Norton 360v5. If it weren't, it wouldn't be installed on my computer. Why not give it a kudo!!!I am not a Comcast employee, I am a paying customer just like you!
To do it safely - Can I do the necessary operations OFFLINE, like this? http://www.selfgrowth.com/articles/how-to-replace-norton-antivirus-with-mcafee So, Comcast is not at fault, Norton or one's computer is. Mcafee And Norton On Same Computer Or is it Norton 360 which is the Forum you posted in? Mcafee Or Norton For Windows 10 Her system was already a slow running system so I never noticed any performance difference in the upgrade.
Hugh Minhil Contributor4 Reg: 06-Apr-2012 Posts: 21 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton requires Mcafee to uninstall? http://placedroid.com/windows-10/switching-sites-from-task-bar.html Reply merritt olsen October 17, 2016 at 5:45 am You're lucky then. No personal information. Quads Norton Fighter25 Reg: 21-Jul-2008 Posts: 16,481 Solutions: 182 Kudos: 3,388 Kudos1 Stats Re: Norton requires Mcafee to uninstall? Uninstalling Mcafee Windows 10
Mcafee has a few trojans in quarantine. How do I safely change to Norton ? Do I need to download software to remove Mcafee or will this happen automatically at the Close any McAfee software that is currently running, and open the folder where you have saved the removal tool after it has been downloaded. View accepted solution Chukcha Visitor2 Reg: 07-Sep-2013 Posts: 8 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Safe replacing McAfee with Norton?? http://placedroid.com/windows-10/switching-desktops.html Mark it as an accepted solution!Did this post help?
avast!'s freeware is the BEAST! Norton Removal Tool i let avg have their chance. Acer TravelMate P645-MG, Intel Core i7 4500U 1,8GHz with Turbo Boost up to 3GHz, 12GB RAM, SSD 256GB, AMD Radeon HD 8750M with 2GB, Windows Pro 64 8.1 Accepted Solution de1565
I’ve found that simply running the tool is enough, but if you like playing by the rules you might as well do this first. I also know that some AV programs can hog the system and slow it down, but I am now more concerned with security than slowing downand they system since I will I have a router through my cable co for the computer and someone told me that it will also serve as a firewall but it wouldn't hurt to turn on the Norton Login Typically, the answer to your question is “yes”; you should uninstall the old anti-virus software before installing the new.
The first step should be to use the control panel method to remove it and then reboot. When I bought this computer, Norton anti-virus came with it. I ended up having to reinstall Windows just to make McAfee go bye-bye. http://placedroid.com/windows-10/switching-everything-to-a-new-user-account.html The article you just commented on answers your second question.
I hope I was able to help you. :) Krusty13 Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 31-May-2011 Posts: 13,328 Solutions: 490 Kudos: 3,449 Kudos4 Stats Re: Safe replacing McAfee with Norton?? Patreon FAQ Ask Leo! by Carol~ Forum moderator / February 15, 2012 3:54 AM PST In reply to: Best antivirus for Win7 between Norton 360 and Mcafee flyingtiger..I agree with Mark, in that you should Thanks Comcast!
Store My Library Free Newsletter Making Technology Work For Everyone Loading Do I need to deactivate my old anti-virus before installing the new one? i hate the big 2. According to this old CNET review it included McAfee AntiSpyware 2005 (Trial) , Norton Internet Security 2005 (Trial) in the preinstalled software. Can anyone offer links to tools for completely removing other annoying bits of software? If so, please share them below.
As long as you make sure you do the uninstall followed pretty much immediately by the install while having a firewall in place, you should be okay. You really have no excuse. Them there is a small problem with Defense+ and Sandbox. You may want to consider turning the Norton security feature off if you decide on that.
Solved. Posted: 28-Jan-2014 | 11:36AM • Permalink I have Norton Internet Security on one computer and understand that I can use it from my Norton account for replacing McAfee on another computer What are the benefits of Norton? Doesn't hurt to turn on Windows firewall at all, and I don't think another is needed in normal use.
Once you have it installed, it will start running and it will start doing its job. What do you do in this situation?