PC Tools Internet Security 2011, Ten License Giveaway! – Reminder

imageAs part of Tech Thoughts “Stay Safe on the Internet focus”, PC Tools has generously provided us with 10 free licenses for their award winning flagship product, PC Tools Internet Security 2011, (retail value $59.95 ).

To enter the contest to win a free license, simply read the review here, and add a comment at the end of the article. On December 17, 2010, (just in time for Christmas), all comments will be added to the online List Randomizer, and the first 10 names that come up, will win a free license (installable on up to 3 PCs), for this award winning application.

As with previous giveaways, you don’t need to write a paragraph – “enter me”, or something similar, is enough. There’s no need for me to acknowledge your entry, but rest assured, if you comment – you’re in.

Good luck!

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7 responses to “PC Tools Internet Security 2011, Ten License Giveaway! – Reminder

  1. Louis Gordon Jr

    Hold it down for the people Wild Bill

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  4. Anson

    Hi Bill,
    Count me in.

  5. walang sangit

    nice giveaway

  6. tom

    This time the traditional Quick Scan, full system scan, and the custom scan disks are accompanied by newer scan option, you can scan your Facebook wall for malicious contents. In addition, you can always perform Quick Scans, Full Scans, and Custom scans if and when you want Norton to scan newly installed programs immediately. Each scan comes with a summary report. You can see detailed information from the History option in main menu. The need for traditional scans becomes a bit obsolete as the reputation based model of Norton is maturing.