Update Norton Family 3.6.5 for Windows is now Available!

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    Norton Family 3.6.5 for Windows is now Available!

    Norton Family update for Windows is now available.

    The FAQ's below addresses some common questions:

    1. What is the version number for this patch?

    The version number is v3.6.5.37

    2. How can I receive this update?

    If your device is connected to the Internet, Norton Family checks for updates at regular intervals and can automatically update to the latest version. But if your device is not connected to the Internet for a long time or if you had automatic-update issues, use the "Update Norton Family to the latest version instructions to manually update Norton Family.

    3. What are the changes in this release?

    • Improved Norton Family product error messages with possible cause
    • Other minor bug fixes and enhancements

    4. Where can I post my queries?

    Visit our Norton Family forum to post your queries or Norton Family Knowledge base articles for more information.

    Source: Norton Family 3.6.5 for Windows is now Available!
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