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Norton 360 vs bts 2013 vs kaspersky pure

Discussion in 'War Room' started by superboy123, Oct 13, 2012.

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Which of the following products,would you recommend?

  1. Norton 360

    23 vote(s)
    26.7%
  2. Bitdefender Total Security 2013

    16 vote(s)
    18.6%
  3. Kaspersky Pure 2.0

    25 vote(s)
    29.1%
  4. Other (please list)

    22 vote(s)
    25.6%
  1. superboy123

    superboy123 Regular Member

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    hello friend can you tell me..which is better????
     
  2. Huracan

    Huracan Administrator MalwareTips Staff

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    RE: What bloated suite

    Don't waste time or money on BLOATED suites with extra crap that can clean your PC, or provide backup plans that require a subscription.

    Don't be a fool for these types of (partial) scams.

    :-/
     
  3. superboy123

    superboy123 Regular Member

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    I ask because i was win giveaway 1 year for bts 2013 and norton 360...
     
  4. Huracan

    Huracan Administrator MalwareTips Staff

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    My point still stands, no one uses all the features of these software. Just because you won it in a giveaway doesn't mean you need to know what's better. :huh:
     
  5. Spirit

    Spirit Regular Member

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    I was in same dilemma some time ago but now I think every product as pros and cons.No other can tell you which will be suitable for your need and machine.

    Some Av runs smooth on one and ruin other machine,the main criteria is how good your hardware is.

    Earth have given you good advice but still if you want to know then give them try from my point of view

    BD:Lighter good detection but problem of bd and heavier than other two
    Norton:Good overall in protection and very light
    Kp;Better then two in protection but a bit heavier then norton

    Thanks
     
  6. samit

    samit Active Member

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    As Earth and Stranger said it depends on your need and hardware. From my perspective:
    Bitdefender: very good detection rate, feels little heavy, slow scan speed, threat removal takes ages
    Norton: very light on system, good detetction rate (nowadays it is following motto of Comodo prevention is better than cure)
    Kaspersky: very good detection rate, feels really heavy on system resources
     
  7. superboy123

    superboy123 Regular Member

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    Thanks for advice...
     
  8. superboy123

    superboy123 Regular Member

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    Thanks strange for good information...now i choose norton 360 for my antivirus....and thanks all my friend for reply it....thanks very much
     
  9. mercurial

    mercurial Active Member

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    Kaspersky for Protection but a hog on resources, bitdefender is like a middle man here and norton if you wanna keep things light and secure. Though i am not saying one is better then the other it's just the matter of one is better then the other in certain features.

    My advice try all try out (trial) and see which one suits your needs best :)
     
  10. House_maniac

    House_maniac Regular Member

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    they are all resource hog atleast for me i won't compromise my performance for this and yes i've used kis 2013 i have an amd phenom II 945 3.0ghz which is not new but i've noticed that avast,comodo, eset are better and do the job ;) rest is in your hand mate!
     
  11. superboy123

    superboy123 Regular Member

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    Bts 2013 i was try 3 month and have many problem....slowly scan but good protection
    Kaspersky pure: i does not try it yet...
    Norton 360: i using it now and i think this is my choice...does not slowly my pc...easy to understand it setting....good firewall....good protection....maybe when i have free time i can review it...
     
  12. Spirit

    Spirit Regular Member

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    You are lucky to have license of 3 great product no matter what people say that they are bloatware but now in 2012 where you find most pc with good hardware they can easily able to tackle these products.
    Good choice and best of luck :)
     
  13. bitbizket

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    Just came back from a house call in the early morning. One of the PC get killed from using Bitdefender. Thanks to Bitdefender for making me $100 richer. ;)

    @superboy123

    Norton360 is a very good choice.

    Thanks :D
     
  14. Umbra Polaris

    Umbra Polaris Security Configuration Expert MalwareTips Staff

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    :lolz: what happened exactly?
     
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    His XP's NTLDR is missing after running a virus scans. This often happens to XP. :)
     
  16. mercurial

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    Ya i hate that aspect of kaspersky & bitdefender they both hog a lot of resource. N360 is a good choice it's secure easy and it's lighter compared to Kaspersky or Bitdefender (used all the 3)
     
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    I also face this problem many time during xp installation:(
    but i m never try BD but it is a kaspersky when i face this problem first time.
    now i know its a kaspersky magic.
    Thanx for share.
     
  18. House_maniac

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    i have a quadcore pc but i will never sacrifice my resource for a bloatware antivirus or suite remember no matter how fast your cpu is you will always notice it when you put a software which uses many resources! either by the boot time or the small seconds your software reacts!i have a quad core pc with 4gb ram but with bit defender it made my boot slower but once i booted there it was light i'm talking about the 2013 version!nowadays there are so many lightweight suite like nis avast,cis,eset ;)
     
  19. superboy123

    superboy123 Regular Member

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    I was winner bitdefender total security 2013 and norton 360 for 1 year from giveaway....so,i save my money from buy expensive price.....norton i was winner 1 serial for 3 pc....so i can give it for my sister and brother....
     
  20. KLMALWAREHUNTER

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    Well, in a short time can get Kaspersky Pure 3.0 that is in beta test now.

    So recomend pure. But if you dont go to use the extra features is best an advanced suite how KIS.

    Take care.
     

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