Would you like to join our special forum?

  Forum Editor 00:39 18 Dec 08
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We've been invited to carry out a structured beta test of a new version of Norton 360 (version 3.0)

For those of you who aren't familiar with 360 it's an all-in-one security product from Symantec, and you can read about the current version if you click here
The idea is that we'll invite a team of selected forum members to download the beta product from a special link, and once it's installed we'll be asking you to participate in some question and answer sessions in a special forum that will be open only to those of you who are selected for the test. The forum will run for about a week, early in January 2009, and on completion of the Norton test cycle you'll receive a free copy of the final product version, worth £59.99

This is a unique opportunity to be involved in the development of a new product version, and I look forward to receiving lots of applications. We plan to run more special beta testing forums in future, so if you're not successful on this occasion there'll soon be a chance to try again.

To apply to participate in the beta programme please email me at [email protected] by 21st December and put the words 'Norton test' in the subject line of your message. Please don't apply unless you're prepared to install the software provided by Symantec, and run it for at least the duration of our special forum test sessions. If you're selected I'll notify you before Christmas.

  perpetual motion 01:30 18 Dec 08

Just emailed you peter,
PM

  MCE2K5 02:15 18 Dec 08

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  wolfie3000 04:01 18 Dec 08

E-Mail sent.

  smokingbeagle 07:24 18 Dec 08

When hell freezes over.

  tullie 07:31 18 Dec 08

No need to tell FE in here that youve emailed him.

  laurie53 08:13 18 Dec 08

I'm with you!

But thanks for the offer, FE.

Perhaps next time.

  Al94 09:03 18 Dec 08

Not with a 40ft bargepole - thanks

  sunnystaines 09:40 18 Dec 08

email sent,

  donki 09:50 18 Dec 08

.... but no thanks I found previous versions a real drag on PC perfomance and also was a pain in the ass to remove.

Have to say thou its good to see PC Advisor getting this kind of opportunity.

  The Brigadier 10:01 18 Dec 08

Have PM'd you.

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