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How to install norton antivirus in ac and iOS?

Windows and Mac OS X Installation

  • Begin by looking for the "Setup" file you downloaded on your computer. It might be in the "Downloads" folder or in your system's default download location. Then double-click it to launch the Norton.com/setup Installer.
  • To allow installation, click "Yes" in the "User Account Control" window that appears. The “License Agreement” link appears in the following window. As a result, click on it and read the terms carefully.
  • At the end click on the Install option.
  • Following that, Mac users must correctly input their "Mac Username and Password" and then click "Install Software."
  • As a result, the "Installation" procedure will begin.
  • To quit “norton.com/setup,” click “Close” after the procedure is complete.
  • Restart your computer at the end.

Android and iOS Installation

  • First, open the “Google Play Store” or the “Apple Store” on your Android or iOS device.
  • Now, look for your just purchased item and tap on it.
  • Then, to begin the installation procedure, tap on "Install" or "Get."
  • Android users will then see a pop-up box. As a result, press "Accept."
  • After that, simply wait for the “norton.com/setup” procedure to finish.
  • When the procedure is finished, hit "Open."
  • Then, one by one, touch on the buttons for "License Agreement," "Terms of Use," and "Privacy Policy." Then carefully read the terms.
  • After that, hit "Continue." After that, go to your Norton Sign in or Login Account"
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that item years after we’ve sold it at a garage sale.Never mind that we have dozens of $59.95 financial obligations.When a friend told her kids that she didn’t have enough money for a certain purchase, one of them looked up at her and said, Just go to the money machine, Mommy.It never runs out.When I was ignoring my bills, I was in a financial fog.I lived in a state of vagueness that was both a symptom of and a contributing factor to many of my money troubles.Like many of us, I was good at rationalizing and justifying my money behaviors.As a result, the situation got worse and worse until I was in a fullblown money coma.I was completely unconscious of my money behaviors and the negative impact they were having on my financial, emotional, and spiritual life.The 1960 Alfred Hitchcock film Psycho includes a scene in which a woman, portrayed by Janet Leigh, is brutally stabbed while taking a shower.After watching that gruesome scene, a lot of people found themselves pretty nervous about taking showers for a while.But if you watch the scene closely you’ll see that the knife is never actually shown touching the woman’s body.That’s because Alfred Hitchcock knew that the images we conjure in our imaginations can be far more powerful than anything he could depict on the screen.On a similar note, when you’re stuck in a financial fog or money coma, your money problems can seem like a huge and formidable monster that grows scarier every day.Getting a clear view of your current circumstances and spending patterns might be very frightening, but until you look at them in the bright light of day, the situation only gets worse.Fortunately, once you face your real financial picture, you can bring the financial bogeymen in your life down to size.With this clarity you can begin the process of banishing those money monsters forever and dissipating the fog in which they thrive.Simply put, tracking involves noting all the money that comes in and all that goes out.For income, you’ll note where the money came from, and the amount.The idea of tracking what you spend might feel either daunting or impossible, but read on.Though people often resist it at first, they’re shocked to see how this simple process begins to change their lives.When they start to track their money, people experience payoffs immediately.Just by writing down your transactions you are choosing to be aware.You are connecting to the experience of spending and to the impact of that spending as well.Many people find that by merely committing to track their transactions, they do a lot less unconscious or impulse spending.Tracking may seem like a very simple practice, but it will give you important feedback about your money behaviors as well as the chance to alter them.This is a big part of developing a healthy relationship with money.While tracking means writing down every financial transaction, it’s broader than just jotting down numbers.Being disconnected from your money behaviors reflects being disconnected from yourself.It causes you to act in ways that contradict your own best interests.It sabotages your progress toward your goals.She founded the Women’s Earning Institute and is highly regarded as Seattle’s Money Coach. Mikelann became an instant believer in tracking, and I call her my tracking zealot. Through her own experience and those of Financial Recovery clients, she has found that tracking is the linchpin of what she calls radical financial clarity.1 In Why Women Earn Less, she urges women to become radically clear, active choice makers in the details of their financial lives.2 Of course, the same advice is equally valuable for men.Tracking is a way of telling yourself the complete, unvarnished truth about your money behaviors as well as acting with financial integrity.It is so freeing to be unchained from money deception on all levels.It’s empowering to know that you are fully aware of your finances.Everything? they ask, with a quaver in their voices.You mean, I should track everything? Smiles wilt.Bodies stiffen and hands start to fidget.Faces take on a look of panic.When this happens, I reassure people by reminding them that tracking just means documenting what’s going on.Some people have been hiding from the reality of their money for a long time, operating on principles of magical thinking, unrealistic hope, and denial.The thought of actually putting it all down in black and white can bring up such intense fear and shame that some clients nearly shut down.So strong is this resistance that there’s a real risk of the Financial Recovery process stopping right here.If you have never tracked your spending or earnings, you’re not alone.Many of my clients have never tracked their money prior to our work together.People tend to resist the idea of tracking more than anything else in this process.Below are some of the reasons and objections they state.It can’t make that big a difference.Little stuff doesn’t matter that much.The bank is way better at math than I am anyway.How’s that working for you? If your answer is Not so well, then tracking is a big part of the solution.We resist tracking for lots of reasons.However, when it comes to the seemingly simple change of tracking our money, our resistance reflects more than a mere reluctance to change.Even if we’re experiencing excruciating pain about our relationship with money, it may be terrifying to take a good look at what’s really going on with our spending, saving, and earning.Justifying a fault doubles it.We may know that our income doesn’t support our eating out as often as we do or that we spend more on clothing or gifts than we know is wise.Deep inside, we might already understand that we can’t really afford to provide as much support as we do to our adult children, that our home or car is more than we can actually afford, or that our retirement plans are not realistic.It can be hard to face these realities.We may feel guilty or embarrassed.We could be afraid that by tracking our spending, we’ll be forced to make a change we don’t yet feel prepared to make.We fear that our spending will be judged and that by revealing the amounts we spend on certain items we’ll be required to give up things that we enjoy.But tracking is a tool, not a weapon for beating ourselves up.It’s just information at this point.When you see this information, you’ll still be the one to decide what works and what doesn’t.For some of us, money is where our secrets live, so tracking tends to reveal our secrets.Spouses and partners often don’t want to reveal to each other how much they’re spending on everything from beauty salon visits or Botox treatments to electronics or golf clubs.Many have long histories of hiding their spending.Countless women have told me they cut the price tags out of new garments before their husbands get home or pay only part of their hair salon charges with their credit card and the rest of it in cash.Women aren’t alone in this, of course.Whether it’s on clothing, gadgets, or entertainment, plenty of men also minimize or hide their expenditures from their partners.Avoiding conflict can be another reason not to expose our spending behaviors to a spouse or partner.Rather than face the possibility that our partner might be angry or judgmental, we hide what we spend.The irony is that we can end up feeling ashamed for keeping secrets from the very person with whom we want to have the deepest, most intimate relationship.Secrets are like mold.They flourish and grow best in dark places.The longer mold remains in the dark, the more pervasive it becomes.Ask yourself, What might I be afraid I’ll discover if I track my money? Then ask yourself, Is it worth becoming conscious of my spending and earning in order to have a healthy relationship with money?Single people are not immune to the issue of secrecy in spending.Married, partnered, or single, if we’re invested in continuing a certain spending behavior, we might not want to let ourselves know what it’s really costing.Again, tracking is just about becoming aware of your spending so that you can make thoughtful decisions about whether this is how you want to use your money.For these people, Financial Recovery can be a bridge to healing other parts of their lives.You’ll discover through tracking that the numbers tell the story.Our tracking, and the awareness that comes with it, gives us information to create a realistic plan for our financial lives.Every step of Financial Recovery is predicated on the reality of money without the shrouds of fantasy, magical thinking, and denial.When we’re unconscious about our money behaviors, we can spend in ways that get us into emotional or financial trouble.But when we become conscious of our money behaviors by using tracking, the financial fog clears.Money is the material from which your financial dreams will be made, but it is not a dream in and of itself.Tracking starts to take the dreaminess out of your financial dreams and turn them into realities.Becoming connected to your money behaviors by tracking will clear the financial fog and bring you back to consciousness from your money coma.You may discover that you spend money on things that don’t really matter to you.This leaves you with less money to spend on things that are important to your quality of life and on things that meet your most important needs.While people are hesitant to track because of what they fear they’ll have to give up, it is far more often the case that they get more of what they need and want by eliminating unconscious spending.

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