jman98: Well things have changed. I checked the Future Shop Canada website today, and the N.I.S. must of been on sale or they put the price up for the N.I.S. for some other reason. So my plans have changed, I really don't want to pay $79.99 for N.I.S. so I will use it until the subscription runs out. I will then install Avast Free Anti Virus and wait for a price drop. If I am happy with Avast, I won't bother buying N.I.S. I will also install the other program suggested to protect against Spyware. Thanks for your advice. If Avast can get the job done, and it is free then I will be happy with that. I suspect Future Shop will drop the price again at some point.
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Tim A-C: Now to be totally off topic, you mentioned the wrestler "Big Daddy". Someone put a match up on YouTube featuring "Big Daddy vs Giant Haystacks". Both guys were quite the characters.
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It turns out that Norton Internet Security is priced at $39.99 again. It has one 5 star review and one 1 star review; so it is hard to tell which one is correct. My N.I.S. ran out this morning. I installed a trial version of the Security Suite that Avast offers. I didn't notice a big increase in speed when I uninstalled N.I.S. I have to configure my Windows Mail, Avast doesn't like the Windows Mail Live. It is telling me to disable the SSL/TLS. Norton never asked me to do that, but remembering back to the past I remember Avast use do this same thing with Outlook Express. I will have to go into the Windows Live Mail settings to get this set up right. The trial period is for 29 days.