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Norton SystemWorks 2002 Professional Edition

Platform : Windows NT, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows Me, Windows XP, Windows 95
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Clean out Internet buildup with Norton CleanSweep¿ from Symantec. Its powerful tools improve your PC¿s performance by removing unwanted programs and other files that waste disk space. Internet Sweep cleans away the clutter accumulated by Web surfing, including cookies that track your Internet activities. Fast & Safe Cleanup automatically removes files you no longer need, while Safety Sweep¿ prevents the accidental deletion of critical files. The Uninstall Wizard guides you safely step by step through removing old programs. Now Windows¿ XP users can also enjoy the benefits of this award-winning program. Trust Norton CleanSweep 2002 for safe, easy, complete hard drive cleanup.¿¿¿¿¿

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Norton SystemWorks 2002 Professional Edition is the complete problem-solving suite for advanced users and small businesses. It protects your PC against virus threats, optimizes performance, cleans out Internet clutter, provides quick and easy system recovery, clones and upgrades computers, and sends and receives faxes.

And now it's easier than ever to install all these powerful features. Norton AntiVirus 2002 is the world's most trusted antivirus solution. Now it repairs common virus infections automatically, without interrupting your work. It also scans and cleans both incoming and outgoing e-mail. Norton Utilities 2002 optimizes your PC's performance and solves computer problems easily. Norton CleanSweep 2002 removes unwanted programs and other files that waste disk space, including clutter left over from Internet sessions.

New in Norton SystemWorks 2002 is GoBack 3 Personal Edition software from Roxio, which allows you to undo serious PC errors. Norton Ghost 2002 provides high-performance utilities for system backup and upgrading. And WinFax Basic Edition lets you send, receive, and manage faxes. The new Process Viewer in Norton SystemWorks 2002 helps you diagnose problems by displaying every program that's currently running. Now Norton SystemWorks also supports Windows XP RC1.


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B00005N6K6
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 27, 2001
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #44,995 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By NJ Katz on November 20, 2001
A note to any readers who are contemplating purchasing
Systemworks. I have always been a user of Norton's Windows
programs, be they Norton Utilities, Systemworks or
whatever. The last version, however, I would recommend
against buying, at least if you are using the NTFS file
system. The Speed Disk feature is much slower then
Microsoft's built in defrag aplet, which is an offshoot of
Executive Software's Diskeeper program. While you can use
Norton Disk Doctor to diagnose a drive, you must use XP's
built in CHKDSK function to actually repair it. The new
program does not have the benchmark features from the
former releases in the System Information. As previously
stated, I don't see a good use for Cleansweep, as XP has a
faster and better uninstall program. There is no longer a
registry editor or optimizer in the Norton Utilities part,
XP now incorporates Faxing, so the limited version of
WINFAX PRO is no longer needed. A limited version of Roxio
Go Back is included, but whether this is superior to using
XP's System Restore and Backup (for data) features is
highly debatable. The Rescue Disk has been discontinued.
The only programs that seem to be worth having are Norton
Ghost and, of course, Norton Anti Virus. Since I purchased
Norton's Internet Security program, which includes a far
better firewall than XPs, a parental control program that
actually works with Windows logons, and the same anti
virus program, I really have no need for Systemworks.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Robert D. Shull on January 24, 2002
If you are running Windows XP you will find that this version of SystemWorks is much better for your system than previous versions. This software has received the "Designed for Windows XP" designation, and is marketed as the only copy that will properly function on Windows XP. I decided not to test Symantec, and purchased this copy when I installed Windows XP. Features in this version that I especially like are the new Roxio GoBack and the ability to check your outgoing email for viruses. Users of Outlook will really appreciate this, since many viruses are transmitted without the sender knowing anything of the infection. AntiVirus 2002 is also much faster in virus checking than previous versions have been, a great plus especially considering that all email (incoming and outgoing) can be checked. I have found that their technical support is lacking somewhat, but then I have also noticed that with other companies such as McAfee. One of the features that I really liked was Registry Optimization, but I lost that feature in Windows 2000 using SystemWorks 2001 as well. Users of Windows 2000/ME and prior, don't upgrade there just isn't enough to make it worthwhile for you guys... Windows XP users, you should definitely consider this upgrade!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Wright U. Arre on April 11, 2002
I really hesitated about buying a copy of Norton Systemworks. There were so many complaints about it from users who had had bad luck. However, I've always been a fan of Norton AntiVirus, so I decided to go ahead with Systemworks.
While I can't compare it to any previous versions, I have been very happy with they way Systemworks Professional Edition works on my machine. I've had no problems whatsoever running on a Windows 98se operating system.
My machine is used 80-percent of the time for playing computer games. This makes a mess out of my hard drive with multiple installs and saves.
Systemworks Professional's Utilities cleans and defragments my hard drive better than the built-in Windows version. I've been able to correct a lot of registery errors I never knew existed, as well. Clean Sweep has made it easier to remove Internet junk build-up. While I know how to access the various files to do this manually, it's nice having a program that will do it with less hassle. AntiVirus is still an excellent program, too.
I purchased Professional edition because I'm planning to use Norton Ghost to clone my hard drive for an upgrade. It was cheaper to buy it in this package than to buy Ghost separately. While I have not used it yet, I don't anticipate problems.
All this being said, Systemworks is a powerful program that can be dangerous for casual users should they not really know what they're doing. From some of the problems I've read about, it sounds like this may have been the issue for some.
Also keep in mind, that should users run all the options, it will slow down the computer's resources considerably. This can easily be remedied by hitting CONTROL+ALT+DELETE and pressing the End Task button over programs they want to shut off until restarting.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Andrew c Brooks on December 28, 2001
First, Symantec needs to revise their OS claims...The ONLY program out of the box that works with XP is the anti-virus. I like the de-frager, but it really isn't as fast as the built in one [from Diskeeper] GHOST is excellent, but is a specialised tool for pros...that I already bought separately, which most companies using it will. My main problem is none works with XP; their last offering [2001] was released for win2000, and all the apps worked with it...this one was released for XP & nothing works.
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