Norton Public Betas now available

25th June 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

SymantecNew Delhi, India, June 25, 2013: Symantec released the public betas of the latest versions of Norton 360, Norton Internet Security and Norton AntiVirus products. Available for free download from the Norton beta website, this pre-release software is designed for compatibility with the upcoming release of Windows 8.1, and to improve on the industry’s best protection and performance.

With the latest betas, Norton continues to deliver technologies to keep consumers protected from today’s complex and evolving online threats. The betas are engineered for outstanding protection, performance and the best possible user experience. Key improvements include:

Stronger Protection – Improved effectiveness of reputation-based (Norton Insight) and behavioral-based (SONAR) protection engines keep consumers safe from evolving threats

Improved Performance – Lower memory usage and improved file copy speeds make performance even faster and lighter

Enhanced Norton Identity Safe Experience – Increased stability, improved form-filling and an easy-to-access vault search in order to find favorite saved sites deliver a seamless user experience. Also includes better cross-platform functionality for users with mobile devices.

 

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