Norton AntiVirus 2007 Public Beta

A Public Beta version of Norton AntiVirus 2007, compatible with the Windows Vista operating system, is now available from Symantec Corporation. Now, early consumer adopters of Vista can use this security suite designed to proactively protect their PCs from a vast array of online threats including spyware, viruses, worms, hackers while maximizing security, performance, and ease-of-use.

What's new in this version:
Added compatibility for Windows Vista RTM (32-bit and 64-bit), improved the User Interface, and more!

Product Requirements:
Windows Vista 32 & 64bit, or Windows XP 32bit * IE 6.0 or higher * 300 MHz or higher processor * 256MB of RAM * 150MB of hard disk space Supported email scanning *

This product is designed to run on the following operating systems:

* Windows XP
* Windows Vista

Download: Norton Antivirus 2007 Public Beta
Link: Symantec Home Page
News source: Version Tracker

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Some users are reporting that norton 2007 has a major bug!!! It uses lower system resources than previous versions :O

Its either a bug or norton isn't working at all.....

I am happy with onecare live and I don't think I will be changing it anytime soon

who want to use norton after 2004 i dont think anyone in its common sense would try this, unless they want to slow down a machine and make it into q unusable state

I was going to say, isn't this already out?

Then realised its a beta for Vista, lol :P

Either way, not going near it. Happy with NO A/V here, and i'll recommend NOD for my friends