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I noticed that Norton seems to take many resources during my day (mostly pegging my disc space and sometimes the most active app for memory) when not much is going on. I know turning things off means that I will have less protection, but please provide me with some rules of thumb for what is critical and what I can turn off most of the time.
I am not surfing the net. I am using TradeStation and ThinkOrSwim for data feeds and stock trading. Can I except certain programs? I doubt TD Ameritrade or TradeStation will try to hack me while I'm live.
PLEASE. I NEED TO RELIEVE the disk action. What is the meaning of the major Norton items I can TURN OFF to decrease the exhorbitant disk and memory requirements. Please also classify what functions are internet related, and which are scanning unnecessarily for files on my disk WHICH DON'T CHANGE. I BARELY EVER DOWNLOAD NEW STUFF nor SURF THE NET.
I don't want you to incur liability by stating I can turn something off, but there must be some happy medium to lower my overhead.