Norton 360 Deluxe - Instant Download for Windows and Mac (5 Computers)
Norton 360 Deluxe - Instant Download for Windows and Mac (5 Computers)
Protect your devices and safeguard your online privacy with Norton 360 Deluxe. This powerful software delivers multiple layers of protection, giving you peace of mind as you bank, shop, and browse the internet.
- Comprehensive protection for Windows and Mac
- Instant download for immediate installation
- Covers up to 5 computers
- Powerful layers of protection for your connected devices
- Ensures online privacy and security
- Safeguards personal information while banking, shopping, and posting online
- Works seamlessly both at home and on public Wi-Fi
- Protects your devices from viruses, malware, ransomware, and other online threats
- Secures your personal information and prevents identity theft
- Offers real-time protection against existing and emerging threats
- Provides a secure browsing experience by blocking malicious websites
- Keeps your online activities private and anonymous
- Allows you to confidently use public Wi-Fi without compromising security
- Easy to install and use, with instant download for immediate protection
- Protect your home and office computers with a single Norton 360 Deluxe license
- Ensure the security of your personal and financial information while conducting online transactions
- Safely browse the internet and access your favorite websites without worrying about malware or phishing attacks
- Keep your sensitive data and documents safe from unauthorized access
- Enjoy peace of mind knowing that Norton 360 is constantly working in the background to protect your devices
Download Norton 360 Deluxe now and experience the ultimate protection for your Windows and Mac devices. Stay safe online and enjoy worry-free browsing with Norton 360 Deluxe.
Number of Computers/Users5 Computers
Delivery MethodInstant Download
Compatible Operating SystemsWindows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 11, macOS 14 Sonoma, macOS 13 Ventura, macOS 12 Monterey, macOS 11 Big Sur, macOS 10.15 Catalina
Norton 360 - Instant Download
I thought I was getting the whole package from Norton, turns out I had to add more which cost me plenty and still couldn't get the complete package as before. Way too expensive buying bits and pieces of the products.
Had to get online help to install. Instructions were not very clear. At least not to me.
Norton is probably the best antivirus there is for Windows. It includes not only anti-virus (which updates its database regularly, but it has good spyware and VPN software as well. My biggest problem with it are the constant pop ups nagging me about everything (mostly to buy something I don't want. I would really like to have an anti-virus to sit in the background quietly and do it'd job so I can do mine.
This review is for Norton 360 Deluxe (5 Devices). I have been using Norton products for as long as I have had a computer. I have never had any issues or problems with their products or the devices that their software has run on. In all the professional reviews I read every year when I go to renew my service, I always see Norton ranked as the best.I have used other brands over the years on other people's or companies' computers, including McAfee, Kaspersky, and Windows Defender. The only one I ran into real issues with was McAfee. The Kaspersky had worked great, but it's hard to recommend them based on their location and government concerns. Windows Defender seems to have come a long way, and it is a viable option. However, Norton equals or surpasses it in each of the various protection categories, so I find the cost well worth it go with Norton.I use Norton on my desktop PC, laptop, and Android phones. I have only used their VPN service (which is included) a little bit. Their VPN seems to be rated decently, and it is listed as trusted. This is important since it has come out over recent years that some of the biggest VPN turned out to be in shady locations or covering up some very serious security issues. Norton's VPN is not rated the best, but it does work just fine, and, like I said, it is included. I have not run into any performance slowdowns on my devices, or more accurately, none that make a real-world difference. I will say I like one of their newer features that they call software updater. It checks the main programs to see if there is a newer version, and it lists each program, the installed version number, and the latest available version number. You then have the option to use Norton to update them, do nothing, or update them on your own.There are multiple versions of Norton 360 available. They all offer the same security level. The real difference is how many devices do they protect: 1, 3, 5, 10, and so on. The 1 and maybe the 3-device version don't offer parental controls (if you need them), and pretty much each higher quantity version offers a larger cloud backup storage. I have not used their cloud backup, since I have other options available.Now, on to the negatives with Norton. Over the past few years Norton on my computer has turned into an advertisement pop-up machine. Pretty much every other day there is some message talking about tracking risks, dark web risks, or other security risks it has found and that I need to pay them more to get upgraded to protect myself from these other risks. Now in this past two years it has started advertising a new issue, and that has to do with the Windows registry. It keeps saying it finds errors and broken registries, and Norton has a solution to fix these if only you just pay them some more money. That would be all fine and dandy if it weren't for the issue that when I run complete registry scans and so one that it comes back with no errors. So, I am very suspect about this addon feature they are trying to upcharge me on. I also do not recommend their security addons for the web browsers. I have done a lot of reading about it, and from what I have read it said that the web browser companies update the security in their web browsers quicker than Norton can react and that adding the Norton addon to the web browsers actually decreases the security.This part here for some people can be a pro or a con, and that has to do with the Norton Anti-Spam feature. I find it to be an issue for me, since it tries to change the subject line of hundreds to thousands of e-mails to put the word [SPAM] in front of it. I find this tremendously annoying, especially since I am very IT security conscious, and this is doing it to non-spam e-mails. I use the Outlook desktop app, so the solution I use is to already have Norton installed. Then I install Outlook/Office Suite. As soon as I open Outlook, I immediately open the Norton Anti-Spam button in the tool bar, and I turn it off permanently. If you do this right away, you can catch it before it starts scanning e-mails for spam.Currently, my plan is to continue using Norton. I will most likely only switch away from Norton if another, trusted, company comes out with a higher rated security suite or if Windows Defender equals or at least very closely equals the protection of Norton.On a side note, it is critical to use security software on computers and smartphones. You want something that not only will work against viruses, malware, and the like, but you also want something that has a software firewall. In addition to this, I also use a hardware firewall/security appliance. Hardware firewalls/security appliances are available in a wide range of security levels and even a wider range of costs. Some are just basic firewalls, meaning you just set which ports are open or closed, and other firewalls (more accurately called security appliances) offer much more robust features, such as firewall plus unified threat management (UTM) so...
Shame on you Norton. I was able to update my product last time using download method. You can't do this anymore. Only for new product installs/accounts.
To slow and a pain on the neck to install on my 2nd laptop
Arrived quickly and it's the first time I didn't have trouble uploading it and having it work immediately!!!
Logging in is horrendously difficult. I have many sites where I must login and this experience was the worst ever. I cannot see what I type, my fingers bounce typing 2 characters at once or the wrong one. I cannot see my errors, only****. Security Captcha pictures too hard to see cars, etc. An alternate security puzzle was 9 blocks in a grid. Identify the 2 with matching icons--pictures were so bad I never could identify them. Nothing to me looked like an icon, just vague shapes and visual noise.Multiple login steps, then do again because it's incorrect. To change password: type current password, type new password, retype new password, do the captha picture thing, security approval has expired, type password, password is approved, now type password, do the security captha again, then maybe I'm approved to log in--but I probably messed up someplace in all that because remember YOU CAN'T SEE THE PASSWORD to locate the errors.Once installed, there are ubiquitous maddening Norton popup ads to sell more or install more Norton products. I rate customer service a zero whether it's a bot or person. Norton is designed to never deal with customers.One month before my old one expired Norton autorenew took payment without my approval. To me, that's unethical. It would be reasonable if it were to renew day when it's time to renew.So why did I again buy Norton? I think it's a good security product. I'm confident that it's doing its job.I did the chat because I wanted to find out if there is a way to allow me to view the password. The real person never gave me an answer that it can or cannot be done. He/she wanted to take remote access of my computer. No way! He said he was sure it was a hardware problem. Nooooo it's that Norton doesn't give us an option to see the password. He said I should uninstall and reinstall Norton. He said he would help me change my password. The password was not the problem. That particular problem was YOU CAN'T SEE THE PASSWORD to locate the errors! The human either had no clue what to do or didn't read what I wrote. Quite a surprise, but suddenly our chat ran into a technical problem, and ended. I don't envy their jobs and there would be a huge amount to learn. May God bless them all. I can assure them if they trust in Jesus they will go to heaven and NEVER be assigned to a Norton support team.
It's good software and easy to use. The VPN is improving, but it's still a littke clunky at times, and feels slow. One thing that is confusing- you load both the Norton 360 and the Secured VPN app on IoS, and I'm never quite sure if its the same VPN or two different ones.
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