The current list of known software conflicts is: Symantec Norton Internet Security 2005 Symantec Norton Antivirus 2005 Symantec Norton System Works 2005 Macafee Internet Security Suite 2005 Mc Afee Virus Scan 8.0/2004 Trend Micro PC-cillin Internet Security 2005 One Care is, however, compatible with Windows XP firewall.
Continual updates One Care updates itself automatically for viruses and also works with Microsoft Update Automatic updates of firewall policy Continuous feature updates as the software evolves.
Single click check for virus or other threat updates As you can see from the list above, this is quite a software package from both security and functionality standpoints, not to mention ease of use and automation.
There will most certainly be competition for system resources, and the potential for system lock-up if you do not remove other security system software products before installation of One Care.
During setup, One Care will search for known software program conflicts and warn you to uninstall them before proceeding.
If something important is going on a message will be there for me: Still not convinced?
Let's say my 6 year old son tried to print a coloring page from one of his games, and the printer jammed.After One Care is installed, the instructions for use are fairly simple and very user friendly.There is a new icon installed on the Windows taskbar that looks like a circle with a 1 inside.Again, the icon change tells all, and when clicked: I can't tell you how much time this has saved me over the summer.Instead of constantly making the rounds to every computer in the house, to make sure they've got the latest updates, and have been backing up correctly, and that the printers are working, all I have to do is sit in front of mine and look at an icon.The key here is that, if you're on a hub computer, the icons not only reflect the status of your computer, they reflect the status of the other computers in the circle. I've got our computers set to backup at am on Saturday mornings.