[v21.4] Norton Utilities – Get your PC running like new

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Norton Utilities is a well-known and very classic PC utilities software for DOS and Windows, developed by Peter Norton in 1982 (later sold to Symantec Corporation). It integrates disk editing, disk diagnosis and repair, system optimization, system performance testing, virus detection and removal and many other functions in one place, can help users quickly and intelligently optimize the system, so as to improve user computer performance.

Norton Utilities includes Norton Diagnostics (a system diagnostics tool), Disk Doctor (disk diagnostics and repair), System Doctor (monitor PC resource usage), Optimization Wizard (system optimization tool), WinDoctor (solve common Windows running faults), WipeInfo (clean files completely), Image (take snapshots of the key parts of your hard drive), Speed Disk (defragment your hard disk), System Information (full display of system information), UnErase Wizard (recovery of accidentally deleted files), Registry Tracker and Editor (automatic monitoring of system changes, no need to worry about installing or uninstalling software), and more.

Norton Utilities is a comprehensive, efficient and safe way to improve your system’s performance by cleaning, organizing, inspecting, repairing, maintaining, speeding up, enhancing your system, and so on. At that time, only the famous PC Tools series could compete. Later, Symantec simply bought its developer Central Point Software in 1994, so that PC Tools family has since disappeared in the software market. And then later, Symantec acquired Norton Utilities too, but Norton Utilities is still there.

// Key Features //

  • Automatically optimizes your PC’s processing power, memory and hard drive when you launch high-demand apps to help give you a smoother gaming, editing and streaming experience
  • Cleans and speeds up your PC by fixing common issues that can cause frustrating slowdowns or crashes
  • Identifies and helps you remove unwanted startup programs that slow you down
  • Frees up space on your hard drive to allow you faster access to programs
  • Helps you securely dispose of personal documents while preventing others access to them
  • Helps maintain your digital privacy by enabling you to erase your browser file downloads
  • Easy to use interface that lets you perform 1-Click Optimization for your PC
  • Automated PC care that works when your PC is idle

// System Requirements //

  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2

// Edition Statement //

AppNee provides the Norton Utilities Premium Edition multilingual full installers and unlocked files for Windows 32-bit & 64-bit.

// Installation Notes //

for v21.4.3:

  1. Download and install Norton Utilities, and exit program
  2. Copy the unlocked files to installation folder and overwrite
  3. Done

// Download URLs //

License Version Download Size
Premium Edition v16.0.3 Final reserved n/a
v17.0.8 Final reserved n/a
v21.4.3 36.7 MB

*** Norton Utilities 16 is for Windows XP/Vista/7/8.

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