Security software can be so integrated in to your system that it's almost impossible to remove. Cynical computer users may feel that this was designed in to the security software, for a reason. The reason being that it means you're less likely to install rival security software, thus you're more likely to simply renew the software already integrated in to your system. However, that's not the case. It's simply due to security suites attempting to handle every possible security scenario so they integrate deep in to your computer. For instance, the anti-spam client may attempt to intercept incoming email before it reaches your inbox and automated system checking tools may boot with your computer. Over time, these tools may either stop performing, perform erratically or can't be uninstalled.
Norton Removal Tool is a product from Symantec that's designed to eliminate all traces of installed Norton software, if you can't remove it using the Add/Remove Programs uninstall tool. Norton Removal Tool will remove traces of just about every modern Norton tool.
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