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OnlineFamily.Norton – At A Glance – Reviews by PC Magazine

Posted in Uncategorized by coda on May 12, 2009
  • tags: safety

    • For years, Symantec has included a parental-control element in its Norton Internet Security and Norton 360 packages. It’s so limited as to be nearly useless, so for years I’ve given it poor ratings. OnlineFamily.Norton is a huge improvement, on a par with the best existing parental-control programs. Now both suites offer it as an alternative to the old, lame Norton component. Users should definitely choose it instead. The new free offering is a strong contender, matching almost all the features of the top paid parental control systems.
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