One of the exciting features of Norton products is their ability to be managed using Norton Account. Norton Account is great because it enables you to have complete control of all of your Norton Product Subscriptions and Keys in one convenient place. From Norton AntiVirus to Norton 360, you can update, view and edit all of their information. I know a lot of users find Norton Account great because it enables you to easily retrieve your product key for re-installation of your Norton product.
Norton Account allows you to log in from any computer in the world and instantly see the Norton products you have registered, and the information associated with them. From within Norton Account you can view the expiration date of your subscription, how many PCs your subscription provides protection for, the ability to update your account information, view order history (if available), and view special offers. You also have options to purchase additional keys so you can protect additional computers.
One of the best features is the ability to retrieve your product key, which can assist you in the event you have to completely restore your PC. By having your product key saved in your Norton Account you can easily sign in and retrieve your key to re-activate your Norton product. If any of you have ever had to restore a PC you know how frustrating it is trying to find all of the documents that came with your software just to locate the product key. I‘ve spent tons of time trying to find these documents when restoring mine or a friend’s PC, and am very glad I don’t have to worry when it comes to any Norton products, because the product key is online, and I can just copy then paste.
If you haven’t already, go check out Norton Account by clicking on the “Norton Account” icon from your Norton product, or visit http://www.mynortonaccount.com/(link is external).
Don’t have a Norton Account? You can easily sign up on the home page, or from your Norton product.
I’d be interested in any reader feedback – have you found your Norton Account useful?