App Review Norton Security for Gamers 22.22.11.12

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Shadowra

CyberDevil

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And no. I found it in download at Gigabyte which proposed it
So, I could hardly find a way to get the trial version of Nonton for gamers, but with this order window (screenshot below) they still charged me for the monthly subscription. 🤬 Well, looks like I'll check out their support service rather than game optimization. 😂 Although until I get an answer, I'm downloading Cyberpunk. :)
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SeriousHoax

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Hey @Shadowra have you tried game optimisation in practice? I wonder how it works, I want to test it in something really heavy on my laptop. Is 60 days a standard trial for this version? Did you enter a credit card? :)
It may only help a bit if the game is CPU heavy and you have background processes running that's consuming a decent amount of CPUs. No effect if your GPU is weak, system have enough cores already and nothing significant going on in the background when you're playing your game.
So I would say, it's probably not worth it.
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CyberDevil

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any link for the trial production?
I have just made a refund for Norton and now I have a 10-day trial. You can use this method. 😂 The price of the trial is $8, which will be refunded to you after 10 days.

Also, on my computer it feels like the FPS is a bit more stable with Norton, but I haven't played anything heavy yet. :unsure:
 

franz

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Guys!

Anyone using the Norton360 for Gamers edition?
What are your opinions and experiences? Is your VPN good?
I have Norton 360 Deluxe but not for gamers, but Norton today is not Norton many years ago. The firewall is very easy to operate, and the 360 Deluxe package has everything I need, it doesn't bother me with advertising and I can only say good things about Norton 360 Deluxe. The only thing is that it is expensive, but I got it for 10 dollars and it is for 5 users. I turned off automatic renewal, and instead get the same offer when I renew in one year.:)
 

Szellem

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I have Norton 360 Deluxe but not for gamers, but Norton today is not Norton many years ago. The firewall is very easy to operate, and the 360 Deluxe package has everything I need, it doesn't bother me with advertising and I can only say good things about Norton 360 Deluxe. The only thing is that it is expensive, but I got it for 10 dollars and it is for 5 users. I turned off automatic renewal, and instead get the same offer when I renew in one year.:)
And are you happy with it?
 
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Szellem

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I used Norton for Gamers six months ago. To be honest, my memories of their VPN are not very good. It cuts the speed, takes a long time to connect, and is inconvenient to use. In fact, it's only really there to turn on in a cafe if you don't trust Wi-FI.
The truth is, I'm looking for a VPN to go with COD, but the ones I have are much more expensive. I'd rather buy a VPN that comes with Antivirus if there is a good one.And were you happy with the Gamer Edition? What are you using now?
 
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The truth is, I'm looking for a VPN to go with COD, but the ones I have are much more expensive. I'd rather buy a VPN that comes with Antivirus if there is a good one.And were you happy with the Gamer Edition? What are you using now?
I have mixed impressions of Norton. It's lightweight and trouble-free, but I found its interface not very responsive and sometimes buggy. And I honestly don't remember if its optimization for games gave me any benefit. I mostly play League of Legends, but my laptop can handle it as it is (when it's not +40 outside).

I'm currently using Eset (the version without VPN, the VPN I have is from Surfshark). For me it is a problem-free antivirus with very good protection for Edge and Firefox.

I think if you want a really decent antivirus along with a VPN, Avast is the best choice - it has a huge network of servers with Wireguard support.
 

nickstar1

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Considering norton is now a rebrand of avast/avg during the new update. They basically use the same threat detection network and alerts just re-skinned. You can buy a 2 year license of avg very cheap on serialcart includes full VPN and cleaup if you want to opt to use it its a steal. You're basically getting the same thing for cheaper. AVG Ultimate with 80% Discount Offer
 
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Szellem

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I have mixed impressions of Norton. It's lightweight and trouble-free, but I found its interface not very responsive and sometimes buggy. And I honestly don't remember if its optimization for games gave me any benefit. I mostly play League of Legends, but my laptop can handle it as it is (when it's not +40 outside).

I'm currently using Eset (the version without VPN, the VPN I have is from Surfshark). For me it is a problem-free antivirus with very good protection for Edge and Firefox.

I think if you want a really decent antivirus along with a VPN, Avast is the best choice - it has a huge network of servers with Wireguard support.
Thank you for your reply!
 

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