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Does Nortons support windows 10? The version I have does not.

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Hi alandodge and welcome to the forums,

 

Windows 10 is absolutely supported by Norton.

 

The following info should answer any questions you have about it.

 

http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Anti-Virus-Software-Internet/Addtional-Updated-information-on-Win-10-NS...

 

If not, please come back with any specific questions you may have.

 

Also you mentioned "The version I have does not."   If you follow the link to download NSS, it will provide a version that runs on WIN 10.  You will also need to be on the latest version of NSS - so please run LiveUpdate manually, rebooting when asked to until LiveUpdate responds with "No Uupdates found".  Last but not least, please turn off Fast Start in WIN 10 - this can prevent Norton from updating properly.

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