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With 31% of users backing up their files regularly, Norton 360′s Online Backup solution provides an easier way to manage and access files anywhere in the world.
The latest version of Norton 360 also includes improvements to the features valued most by consumers, such as PC Tuneup, which improves performance and saves time. Consumers can reduce boot-up time by using the Smart Start-up Manager feature to reduce or stagger start-up applications. Data from the Norton Community gives valuable insight into which applications are most widely used, allowing consumers to make informed decisions about whether to exclude applications from the list of startup items. According to testing by Passmark&sup6;, Smart Start-up Manager can improve PC boot time by as much as 41 percent on Windows 7 machines. For consumers who boot up once a day, over the course of one year, using Smart Start-up Manager could save more than three hours – enough time to fly from San Francisco to Denver.
Norton 360 now includes the reputation-based technology launched in September 2009 with Norton Internet Security and Norton AntiVirus 2010. The technology tackles undiscovered malware and today’s toughest threats head-on. Using reputation, Norton 360 has achieved the top score in third-party testing conducted by UK-based Dennis Labs, which were designed to replicate real-world, Web-based attacks such as those that target social networking sites. Of the 10 products tested, Norton was the only one to protect against all of the threats, achieving a 100 percent overall protection score.
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