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McAfee Total Protection 3 User 2010 [OLD VERSION]

by McAfee
Platform : Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows XP
262 customer reviews

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  • McAfee Total Protection 2010 provides award-winning PC and online security for total peace of mind
  • Detects, blocks, and removes viruses, spyware, and adware
  • Identity protection helps you to shop, bank, and trade online safely
  • Parental controls allow your children to go online safely
  • Advanced home network protection with network monitoring
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  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B002GUUO5I
  • Item model number: MTP10EMB3RAA
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 9, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (262 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,736 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

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146 of 156 people found the following review helpful By Michael Perine on October 24, 2009
The McAfee product allowed my computer to become infected with Antivirus System Pro, a virus that almost disables its host. A scan of my hard drive using McAfee antivirus failed to find the spyware. I went to McAfee Customer Support online chat. I chatted with someone in India. At his request, I provided details about my system and described the problem. He could not help, but suggested that I contact paid Technical Support. He said that they could remotely take control of my computer and remove the spyware. The charge is $89.95, guaranteed.

I declined the offer. I used Windows XP to restore my computer to the state that it had been the day before the infection. It took me about 15 minutes and removed the spyware completely.

I purchased the McAfee internet firewall and virus protection to prevent infections like this one. When the McAfee program failed, Customer Support would have had me pay $89.95 to remove the virus. No wonder the price of McAfee has come down so dramatically this year. They have a new unseen and unexpected revenue source. They just need to reel you in with the new low price and then stick you with the additional price of Customer Support.
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72 of 80 people found the following review helpful By Charles Wilkes on September 20, 2009
McAfee has offered an impressive suite of utilities and products. For the past four years I have been using Norton 360. Unfortunately, I still had a virus get past their software and ruin my hard drive. Norton wanted $100 to fix the problem.

So I switched to McAfee. I live in Korea, and today it caught the Conflicker virus attempting to jump onto my computer the instant I plugged in a thumb drive. Now that's quick!

McAfee also works silently in the background to ensure optimal performance. Unlike Norton that would take me hours to set up rules and schedules, McAfee efficiently runs on auto pilot. Norton sounds bells and whistles when it finds an virus, but McAfee effectively erases them without all the excitement and alarm(take for example the way Norton lists every cookie as a potential security threat- that's hardly the case).

Finally, McAfee's managment center is simple and easy to use. If you run a business, McAfee easily integrates all your computers and firewalls. This makes your business networking easy, safe, and effective. The savings of this feature alone is worth $1000s compared to having to have someone do it for you.

Did I mention that it costs about half of what Norton's 360 does. All in all, I believe that McAfee is superior product.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Bookworm & bibliophile on December 17, 2009
This is a horrible, horrible product. First, McAffee permitted my computer to get THREE viruses that it failed to catch even after 3 scans. Not only did the viruses (a trojan connected to "Internet Seucuryt 2010' among them) nearly crash my hard drive, but I had to PAY "customer service" to tell me it could not help beause their scan found nothing amiss. It took a Bestt Buy scan to uncover the 3 viruses, and, at $199 to fix, which McAffee refused to pay, I had to buy a new computer. Suffice it to say, I will NOT be installing McAffee on it.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 10, 2009
McAfee Total Protection is a Total Resource Pig!!! I'm extremely disappointed because you'd think that as widely-used as McAfee is, that they could create a product that did not slow your computer down to a crawl. As another reviewer had noted, when it automatically updates or starts to scan, it can tie up your PC for several minutes, during which time I often find it impossible to do anything else on my PC. In fact, it's such a resource hog that sometimes I can't even click open McAfee to stop the scan! This is indeed unfortunate because we use McAfee at work and the network version works fine. Maybe if I had 3 or 4 GBs of RAM, it wouldn't be such a problem ... but why should I have to upgrade my RAM just to accomodate an antivirus program? I previously have used ESET NOD32, and when it ran in the background, it was really fast and didn't slow down performance at all! I guess I got suckered by the cheap deal McAfee offered, but I'm getting rid of it as soon as I can.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By The Galap Ranch on January 31, 2010
McAfee was a waste of money and especially time for us. Our computer supposedly protected by McAfee continually allows fake security alerts (Your computer has been infected...) to pop up on our computer while surfing the net and does not block down loads from such sites. The scan was of no use as it did not detect anything wrong though our computer kept getting slower and slower. Just recently we end up with the "Google Redirect Virus" every time we would try to go to a website from Google or any other search engines some other website would open instead of the one we were trying for. If we tried to go to any security or anit-virus web sites it would block them out totaly. A friend suggested I run "SpyBot Search & Destroy" a free program. I loaded it and ran its scan. WOW it found 114 different malware and spyware programs running in our computer. It removed them! Our computer is so damn fast now. That did not get rid of the Google, Yahoo, Bing search engine redirect problem. I forgot to mention this virus or what ever the heck it is will also screw up the "System Restore" on Windows XP not allowing this function to work. Now I down load HITMAN PRO 3.5 from CNET also free. I run its scan. Hitman only finds one problem but that one problem is the thing that has been driving us crazy for the past two weeks trying to get rid of it. McAfee was USELESS!!! It did not block it, it did not detect it, nor could it remove it. What the heck do we pay a annually fee for ??? I am no computer wiz! I have a hard enough time trying to figure out how to attach a picture to an email so I sure do not need to spend count-less hours trying to get rid of spyware, malware and viruses. I thought that is what we were paying McAfee for.
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