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Norton AntiVirus 2009 Gaming Edition promises to be less intrusive

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NortonHave you tried to play a computer game, while your brother is trying to download some music and the system is running the weekly virus update? It’s not an easy task. In fact, it’s usually a very frustrating task.

Symantec knows just how you feel, which is why the company is releasing Norton AntiVirus 2009 Gaming Edition. It will be designed specifically for gaming, which we all know takes up the most memory on the system. It keeps malware at bay while also making sure nothing is interrupted or lost during your MMO game play.

Nothing is worse then finally reaching your enemy’s base, only to have the screen minimize and a pop-up ask you if you would like to update your system now. The gamer-targeted Norton comes equipped with a special Gamer Mode that will keep your computer protected and promises never interrupt you during game play to ask you annoying questions. Instead, it will wait till the system is idle to perform any required maintenance, which you can also schedule yourself.

Plus, you still get the award-winning, industry-leading protection you can expect from Norton. Protection includes viruses, spyware, worms, Trojans, bots and web sites that may have a virus. Security is customizable so you can set it to the protection and performance level that you want, while promising to use 80% less memory than other anti virus apps.

This program is a must-have for the PC Gamer, especially if you are a multi-tasker or live in a family who all must use the computer at the same time. It’s also a perfect gift idea right in time for the holidays.

Since this product has not been released yet and a release date has not been set, there is no further information available. As soon as the information becomes available we will be sure to update.

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