Norton Security 2020 is undoubtedly one of the strongest antivirus software on the market this year. Norton offers three different products. We’ll briefly introduce the 2020 review winner:
Norton Security Standard 2020
This is classic Norton antivirus software that is used by most and is compatible with all current Windows versions: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 as well as with Mac OS, iOS and Android.
The supplied license key allows the antivirus software to be installed on only one computer. So if you want to install the software on multiple devices, such as another laptop or desktop computer, tablet, and the like, take a look at the Deluxe or Premium versions.
The standard version is equipped with all the security features and is perfect for protecting yourself.
The Norton deluxe version is also equipped with the same antivirus features. The main difference is that the software can be installed on up to 5 devices – of course on tablets and smartphones. Now that you have several devices with a license, Norton also provides a web portal so you can easily manage all devices.
Editorial Tip: The $49.99 regular price is a very good deal considering the features. In 2016, Norton lowered the price of their premium version, which basically offers more but for less. Therefore, it is worth it to buy the premium version since it’s cheaper compared to the Deluxe.
Norton Security Premium 2020 is the so-called Mercedes among antivirus software.
This special version of Norton Security has added features such as parental controls and a 25GB cloud service – so users can securely store their data on the Internet and access it from anywhere in the world.
The premium version is worth it for larger households with multiple devices, which is a great price compared to the standard – just slightly more expensive. Due to the current offer of $49.99, the premium version is a bargain and an editorial favorite.
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