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Norton Utilities 15.0 - 1 User / 3 PC [Old Version]

Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
46 customer reviews

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  • Key Benefits -
  • Helps your old PC run like new
  • Speeds PC startup
  • Fixes common PC problems
  • Repairs hard drive problems and frees up hard drive space
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  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • ASIN: B004H45NG6
  • Item model number: 21228510
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 22, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (46 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,170 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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100 of 105 people found the following review helpful By Sandstress on May 27, 2011
In one sentence: I did exactly what the *Norton Utilities* dashboard suggested and lost everything on my brand-new computer.

In more than one sentence:

I purchased a computer (Win7 64-bit, home premium) April 2011 and it came with Norton Internet Security already installed with a free trial period. The computer was lightning-fast, the Internet Security program doesn't slow it down at all, and I was very pleased. Those were the days! Then I went online to sign up for a year's worth of protection. As I was doing this, the Norton website offered *Norton Utilities* for an additional $10.00. I figured it could not be a bad idea, so I added that to my cart and downloaded the program.

When I opened Norton Utilities to look around, I saw a 'dashboard' that told me my system 'health' was not optimal but which helpfully offered an option so the Utilities program could 'optimize' the computer's performance. Operating strictly from the Norton dashboard, I did EXACTLY WHAT THE PROGRAM SAID I NEEDED TO DO (I cannot emphasize this enough), which was to click on a button to optimize disk space (or words to that effect--what it ultimately did was run disk defragmenter), and then....my computer died. Couldn't boot up in safe mode, system was unable to find a restore point, couldn't do a system repair---spent half the night just getting Windows 7 restored. My computer has not been the same since this happened.

I went to Norton's website only to discover that the SAME PROBLEM goes as far back as 2009 and has been documented on their own boards in 2011 for version 15 of Utilities. I am completely gobsmacked that not only has Norton been unable to repair this problem in all this time, but they continue to inflict the problem on unsuspecting users.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By beachcomber2 on July 6, 2011
I have Windows XP and downloaded a trial edition of Norton Utilities 15. After doing everything it said to do, my "system health" went from medium to the lowest rating in two days and it deleted all my passwords without asking, along with paths to some of my files. Now every time I try to reboot the computer I go through this nerve wracking situation with Windows Installer trying to reload the files with corrupted paths, but it can't, so it takes me forever to get going. And I stopped the scanner from starting every day and deleting my passwords all over again, wth.

I'm not a high tech person and don't know how to fix these problems, so have resigned myself to saving all my files and doing fresh reloads of my software and operating system. Years ago, I had the first version of Utilities on an older computer and didn't have all these problems with it. Just saying.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Roger Schneier on October 14, 2011
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It seems to speed things up somewhat, but it wiped out all my remembered user i.d.s and passwords and scans can take a long time.
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21 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Joe Zika TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 12, 2011
Norton Utilities v15.0.0.122:

I ordered this version of Norton Utilities because my version 14 was coming up for renewal and I wanted to try the newer version to see if there were improvements over version 14, and there are. There are 5 sections to this newest version of Norton Utilities.

Optimize, Maintain, Recover, Windows Tools, and Administer are all subdivided into different working tools to help keep your computer running smoothly.

Optimize has the following subdivisions: Clean your registry which scans and safely cleans, repairs, and optimized your Windows registry. Defragment your registry which defragments and optimizes your registry. Tuneup your services which optimizes and manages your Windows services. Optimize your system which optimize and monitors your system for better performance. Clean your disks which cleans your computer and internet traces. Defragments your disks which uses SpeedDisk to optimize and defragment your disks.

Maintain has the following subdivisions: Shred your files, Health Report, Repair your disks, Manage your services, and Manage your startup. The shred your files has a function which can safely and securely clean selected files on your computer through drag and drop or from the recycle bin. The Health Report function shows you what areas of your computer need attention: Overall Health of your System ie., registry health, privacy health or disk health, and it will take you to the affected area as you improve both operations and functions. The repair your disks section is where you can takes care of your disk functions both check and repair and the master boot of your system and partitions of the disks.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. C. Musial on July 8, 2012
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This product seems loaded with features, some of them seem pretty complex! The index/insert card found in the box said I would find a PDF on the CD-ROM, the User Guide, which can be copied to my PC and used for consultation as to how to use the product. No PDF was found, however, only End-User agreement files, in about 20-some languages. NORTON support said they "were sorry, but no documentation in the form of a User Guide was currently available." If I had known that ahead of time I am not sure I would have even bought the product. I'm an "old-school" IT guy, and I like to have manuals...
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