Boy, don't I wish it had a floppy drive. When I was cleaning out my office
before I retired, I found five [count 'em - five] *unopened* boxes of 3 1/2"
diskettes. Couldn't give those puppies away.
I agree as regards Norton. I only got it because, when I signed up for
Comcast, it was "free" and the PC didn't have A-V or firewall. Back in the
day (PC-DOS days, I really am an old fart), I used to use IBM's A-V because
it was, in my opinion state-of-the-art. But I guess they found it too much
trouble and sold out to, of all people, Norton.
I'm guessing (memory being what it is - pun intended, or whatever), that it
is 4 years old. It was a "gift" from a former employer and, being cheap as
well as old, I'll keep it. But I'm leaning toward your suggestion about
Norton. Used to use Trend Micro without any problems.
Jerry C. Adams
IBM i Programmer/Analyst
You can get anywhere in ten minutes.If you drive fast enough.
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