Norton CrashGuard Deluxe

The look on smug Norton's face says it all: "You know if you don't install this, I will be here to remind you when things go wrong."

Norton CrashGuard Deluxe, the latest product from the preventer of all computer evil, Symantec, is a behind-the-scenes crash and recovery product developed to minimise the risk of computer system crashes.

The application combines technology from programs including Norton Utilities and Norton AntiVirus and works in your computer's background to locate and recover problems as they arise.

Features of Norton CrashGuard Deluxe include AutoCheck, a facility that works in the background to identify problems; SpeedDisk and DiskDoctor, which work in tandem to detect and destroy system quibbles before they become quandaries.

Norton CrashGuard Deluxe from Symantec has an estimated street price of $79.


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