Bitdefender still says expired after updating
I'm just wondering if this was anything to do with me turning off the fast boot up within Windows or if it's time to do a fresh reinstall of Norton Any information will be greatly appreciated! Could you please check if both your Norton 360 and Windows Defender is Active as mentioned in the above thread? Thank you for the link to the other thread you sent me I've had a little look over it and I then checked the status of the Windows firewall by going through control panel.
And when I click on Windows firewall it says 'These settings are being managed by vender application Norton 360'.
I won't be upgrading any of my other Windows 8.1 PCs to 10 anytime soon.
Hi I updated to Windows 10 yesterday evening and haven't really had any problems with it up till now.
I got Windows message in the bottom right saying something about my fire wall not being enabled despite the fact that Norton had a green tick.
It then brings up another box saying that both Norton and Windows firewall are off and then it quickly corrects it's self and says Norton is on. I'm going to try and turn fast start up back on and see if that makes a difference. I'm not sure how long I will keep fast start up on because I encountered a bunch of problems with Norton while using it.I really don't want to run two virus programs at the same time. I can confirm that I have this issue to on both of my windows 10 computers.The curious thing was that an older version of norton disabled windows defender properly.Might have something to do with this: "Microsoft has made some bold promises about improvements to security in Windows 10.Chris Hallum, a senior product marketing manager for Microsoft, said in an interview that because of all the security enhancements in Windows 10, consumers and businesses won’t have to install additional security software to protect their machines. Windows 10 will automatically disable Windows Defender if you install another anti-malware program.
And I remember it used to just hold on the shut down screen for 5-10 minutes before actually shutting down.....