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This review is from: Symantec Norton Security [For 5 Devices] (Product Key Card)
Pros: I've used Norton for years with no complaints. I'm still running Norton Internet Security (2014) on six computers. Fortunately, I have over a year left on my subscriptions.
Cons: I'm posting here to warn any of you who may want to mount a virtual drive, (Trucrypt, Cypherix, Veracrypt SoftPerfect, TNTDrive, MS Office Program that mounts a virtual drive) you will get the BSOD. There is a long thread about this on Norton's forum. In 100+ days they have yet to resolve this issue. Many business/private users have been forced to switch to a different product because of this.
Other Thoughts: I'm sticking with my older version of Norton which doesn't have this problem and will buy this new product if/when they fix this issue. I this is repaired I would like to remove this review.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I installed this card in a new desktop that already had a wireless card that couldn't find its own shadow. I take this computer in my RV to use at an RV park that has less then stellar Wi-Fi service. I could hook-up to the provided Wi-Fi with four or five bars consistently. The other folks, using laptops, were lucky to have two bars which resulted in many drops. Needless to say, I'm very happy with this card. (Windows 8 64bit)
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fantastic range! Way greater than the previous Panasonic wireless phone I had. I like the talking caller ID. It doesn't always get the pronunciation right, but it tries. I've talked on one phone for better than an hour and the battery indicator still shows it's fully charged. (?) Good voice clarity, simple to use.
Cons: None so far.READ FULL REVIEW