Symantec plans to integrate its PC Handyman virus detection and correction software with former rival Systemsoft's System Wizard diagnosis engine and Knowledge Base products.
The combined product, which has not yet been named, is due to ship in June and both companies claim it will be able to fix up to 20 per cent of all PC problems. Systemsoft plans to sell the offering to OEMs and ISVs, while Symantec will sell a version optimised for retail later in the year.
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