How I came to use Mc Affee security software
by jbecohen - 5/14/12 6:11 PM
In Reply to: What i would try by TWB404
I have had mc affee for many years. I started many years ago with an old DOS based PC and Norton, the first year I tried norton and it did not run and did not do anything, I was able to trick the software into going. The next year I bought another license for norton and the second year as well the security software would not run so I tried the same trick from the eyar before and it was smart enough not to fall for the same trick as last year, I was able to throw a switch and get the software to run. The third year I tried everything to get the software to run and nothing I did worked it simply would do nothing. So I looked around at my undergraduate school and noticed that the school used Mc Affee and they had a lot of PCs so I tried a trial the MC Affee sent me after seeing the school's success with it and I have stayed ever since and that was something like 20 years ago and Mc Affee has been good to me ever since. Until the PC problem came up this year with my older laptop. I have had a lot of trouble with Dell PCs and I seem to think that this is a problem that Dells tend to have. The laptop I am typing on right now is a Toshiba Satellite C and its working great, this time around when I chose a laptop rather than trying to figure out more information then the computer industry magazines I simply opened PC Magazine and looked at what they recommended, they are always recommending Toshiba Satellites. Coincidentally the Dell laptop and the dell desktop that I had came with Mc Affee. I have had a lot of success with Mc Affee, however if I am asked to recommend a security software I typically recommend what PC Magazine tends to recommends Norton and Avg.
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