Symantec has moved almost its entire development and marketing division over to focus on the corporate security sector. In other words, Norton is great as an enterprise solution, but if yer just using it on one home machine, and you don't have it setup correctly, yer in for more hassel than most people can put up with.
As for the question, an older version of Norton will work, and it may even continue to run after a year. However, the live-update system will most likely stop functioning (if it hasn't already) due to the version dependencies. Norton is relatively cheap, anyway, so just upgrade if you like it.
Originally posted by SkyHi
talldude123, Please stop trying to get a high post count, as he has said, already, he re-installs every three months.
And stop padding YOUR
post count by posting rather than PMing.