Norton is one of the most popular and widely used security products available for Windows OS. Currently Norton is working on its upcoming version 2013 and now offering a free public Beta version of all of its 3 following products:
- Norton Antivirus
- Norton Internet Security
- Norton 360
Norton Antivirus protects your system from virus and spyware. It comes with Norton's exclusive 4 layer protection system to provide better security.
Norton Internet Security is a complete security suite which comes with antivirus, antispyware, firewall, parental control system, antiphishing technology and much more.
Norton 360 is yet another security suite from Norton which also comes with a PC tuneup utilities set and an automatic backup feature to protect your important data from loss. It also provides 2GB of online storage for free.
Now you can enjoy any or all of these Norton 2013 products absolutely free by downloading their free public beta versions released by Norton.
According to Norton, once you complete the registration of these free public beta versions download, you will be emailed a 14-day Beta Subscription Activation Key to assist you in testing. If you do not receive the email, you should check your spam folder or try an alternate email address. Once the Beta Subscription expires, check for the latest builds available. You will then be able to download the new build, and receive a new 14-Day Beta Subscription Activation Key. Be sure to use your subscription keys until they expire before using any new keys that you are assigned, so that you can get the most use out of your beta subscriptions.
Since these are beta builds, its always advisable to install them in a testing system and you should not install them in a work PC as you might face bugs and issues in these beta builds.
You can download these free public beta versions using following links:
Simply select your country name, enter your email ID, click on I agree checkbox and at last click on the big "Download Beta" button to start downloading beta versions.
PS: These new beta versions also support Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
Which antivirus or Internet security suite are you using currently in your computer system? Is it a free one or a paid one? Feel free to share your feedback or experience with security products in your comment...