I like how everything is built together all in one solution. You have 1 piece of software to use for Firewall, Antivirus, Backup, and Performance.
It sits in the background and alerts me when there are things I should take action on but otherwise, it sits there and does what is designed to do.
It scrubs my email and removes the items that have viruses in them and lets me know what they are.
There is a log of everything it does so I can see what all it has done. They show me statistics every month of how mI compare to a lot of the world.
The Backup interface isn't the most robust. You can't easily control the backups on the web interface.
The program control in the Firewall is a little clunky and slow at times. It doesn't always show me name of something as I would expect, sometimes it shows the filename which I don't always know off the top of my head.
It does slow my system down a little a bit.
Give the free trial a spin. They have a lot of offerings that can be confusing as to which one to get. Pick the option that covers all your needs, not just 1 piece. I'd say either go all in or not at all.
Because we work on the internet and have to send/receive files, download files, get tons of email, we are constantly battling with viruses, hackers, trojans, etc. Norton does a very good job of defending us from all that.