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Topic # 247796 23-Feb-2019 17:57
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So I am looking for a New Zealand shop that sells BitDefender Total Security or AntiVirus, does anyon know of any computer shop in New Zealand that sells it?


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  Reply # 2186020 23-Feb-2019 19:29
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Why can't you just download it?





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  Reply # 2186023 23-Feb-2019 19:39
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Online shop or a physical shop you can walk into?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 2186037 23-Feb-2019 20:12
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Shops still sell software?  





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  Reply # 2186729 25-Feb-2019 10:48
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Aquire lists it.

 

Or any PC repair shop will happily download & install it for you.
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Honestly, just buy it online . Theres even a basic free version (for home use)
If you want NZ based support , then buy something like Nod32

 

The days of getting an install disk are almost gone . If you buy it from a store , you'll only be buying the licence & will need to download it .

 

 


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  Reply # 2186731 25-Feb-2019 10:52
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  Reply # 2186861 25-Feb-2019 13:08
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I might look at asking acquire, I hav another question, is BitDefender much better than Norton?


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  Reply # 2186865 25-Feb-2019 13:14
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They all have their +/- points.  BD might pickup something Norton dosent and vice versa. Personally I found Norton products quite a resource hog, that may have changed now though.

 

I just use Windows Defender on my PC at home, and anything I feel does need more, I throw Avast Free on.

 

 





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