How to Renew Norton Antivirus Safely Without Any Error?

Norton antivirus is a highly renowned software program, which especially developed to protect your computer from malicious program such as viruses, Trojan horses and worms. It thoroughly checks out the computer activity in real time and also alerts the user about the possible threats. Once a subscription expires after a year, you have to renew it, in order to receive new virus and spyware update as well as other major security tools as this protects your computer from new threats. You can easily purchase a new subscription and also renew your old Norton antivirus program. We have provided you few steps to easily renew your Norton antivirus software. These steps are already written in a simple language but still if you will face any difficulty while following these steps then you can contact Norton support NZ.

Step1- At the first step, you have to go to the Symantec software upgrades and renewal page.

Step2- Thereafter, you have to select the “Norton antivirus” software under “Subscription renewals” and need to select the version that you want to renew. And then click on the “Continue” button.

Step3- Now click on the “Add to card” button from the “Please just renew my subscription”. And then you have to provide some information such as your name, address and billing details as well. Once you will do it then you have to click on the “Complete order” button. Now renew the order and finalize it. Now you will receive a confirmation mail including a new subscription key is sent to you.

Step4- Now opens the “Norton antivirus software” and tab on “Live update”. Click on the “Update everything now” option and then click on the “Subscribe”.

Step5- you have to type the 9-digit subscription key that sent on the confirmation email and click on the “Ok” button. Thereafter tab “Update everything now” button. In this way, all the available updates will automatically download and install from the Symantec server.

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