Wednesday, March 16, 2011
Norton antivirus is an effective antivirus program and it is also one of the most popular antiviruses used by computer users. If you installed the Norton antivirus on your system and the system is running slow. This is because of the bundling software program. Most of the computer manufacturing companies like Dell or HP are famous for bundling software with their system. Some times you are using two antiviruses on the system and you want to remove or turn off Norton. You also want to turn off the Norton antivirus to increase the system speed.
Step1: You can turn off the Norton antivirus using its own interface. First step is to open the Norton antivirus security center. To open this, go to bottom right side of the toolbar and click on the Norton icon. Now new tray will open and click on the status and setting tab. Now in the present tab, click the security and click turn off the program.
Step2: You can also turn off Norton antivirus manually.To do this you will have to open the task manager. To open the task manager you can either right click on the toolbar or press ctrl+alt+delete. Now in the task manager window, click the processes tab. It will show list of all the processes running on your system, locate the Norton process or symantic programs. Now click the end process tab in the bottom right of the task manager.
* Norton AntiVirus 2005 for Windows 2000/XP Home/XP Pro
* Norton AntiVirus 2006 for Windows 2000/XP Home/XP Pro
* Norton AntiVirus 2007 for Windows XP Home/XP Pro/Vista
* Norton 360 version 1.0 for Windows XP/Vista
* Norton SystemWorks (all versions)
* Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for CacheFlow Security Gateway
* Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for Inktomi Traffic Edge
* Symantec AntiVirus 3.0 for NetApp Filer/NetCache
* Symantec AntiVirus 10.0 Corporate Edition Client
* Symantec AntiVirus 10.1 Corporate Edition Client
* Symantec AntiVirus 10.2 Corporate Edition Client
* Symantec Mail Security for Domino v 5.x
* Symantec Mail Security for Domino v 7.x
* Symantec Mail Security for Domino v 8.0.x (32-bit)
* Symantec Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange v 5.x
Posted by crutplak at 11:12 PM