Question about Norton Internet Security 2005 (37648246941) for PC
Ever since intalling Norton 360 V2, I get multiple instances of MS-word in the task manager. Here is the background :
1. I am running MS-Office 2003
2. Use MS-word as my editor for Outlook 2003
3. Use Norton 360 for anti-spam, virus, internet security, etc.
4. Upon exitimg from Outlook 2003, the instance of MS-Word remain in memory
5. Each time Outlook is launched a 'new' instance of MS-Word opens and remains in memory
6. Thus if I launch Oulook multiple times and exit out, the corresponding number of MS-Word gets launched and remains in memory.
7. Slows down PC, tremendously with multiple instances of MS-Word
7. Have to manually 'end task' each of the MS-word instances.
This never happened with Norton 360 v1. Have raised it multiple times with Symantec Tech Support - no response from them. Had multiple 'chat' sessions with Symantec, but they are unable to offer a solution. Very disappointing service - Symantec is quick to take payment, but very poor in providing service and support and refund. Dumping the product and switching to another product seems to make more sense now !
Does anyone have a solution ?
There is a quick fix for that.
there arent any problems with your n360 and upgrading your norton doenst hurt either. you should check microsoft your update fixes on your Microsoft office. microsoft might even give you an upgrade for your office.
switching to the latest microsoft office might also ge rid of the problem.
hope this helps you.
Posted on Aug 31, 2008
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