Review: Norton Internet Security 2016


This time AdmaTechology try to give a brief review of the latest security system from Symantec, Norton Internet Security 2013. What are the advantages? Consider the following reviews.

The main features

Norton Internet Security (NIS) 2013 already have all the primary protection as on Norton 360, Norton version is more complete.

This software can detect and remove spyware as well as programs that are monitoring. In addition, users will also be protected from worms and hackers trying to break into the entrance.

With features Smart Startup Manager, NIS 2013 will turn off some unnecessary startup programs, thus speeding up the boot process.

While feature Threat-removal Layer will target and eliminate all threats are usually difficult to remove by other programs.

NIS 2013 also features spam filters, a browser protection, protections on Facebook, parental control, SONAR technology is better, as well as super-fast detection of malicious programs meet in cyberspace.


The notion that ‘Norton is heavy’ is no longer attached. The same thing continues to be felt in NIS 2013, which proved to be quite mild. The installation process is fairly quick though using a PC with lower specifications.

We tried to detect malware and virus samples, NIS 2013 earned a perfect score, aka 100 percent malicious programs capable destroyed. All done quickly without having to burden the PC performance.


If you are a person who is quite concerned with the state of the virtual world today, NIS 2013 may be an option for protecting your laptop or desktop PC.

About the price, you could say Norton Internet Security 2013 is very affordable. Protection 3 user version as well, NIS 2013 priced at $29.99. Price is tempting for a reliable security system.

OS Supported:

– Windows XP (32-bit) Service Pack 2 and above, Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit), Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit), also Windows 8 and Windows 8 Pro (32-bit and 64-bit).

Minimum specifications:

– Processor 300 MHz
– 256MB RAM
– 300MB HDD space
– CD-ROM or DVD-Rom

Vincent Maddox

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