Title: Just renewed my sub again & it worked flawlessly... again
Content: [Update: 2022] Within 10 minutes of paying for this I had it installed/updated on my main computer AND my laptop. It's not difficult & very easy to opt out of auto-renewal. Follow these steps: Once you pay go to your Amazon Orders, click on your order and click "View Your Item" >> It will show you a screen with your new product key (copy if you want). Click "Redeem" >> This takes you to the Norton website where you need to login. You will have to enter payment info but don't worry, you can delete this... I entered a credit card so if Norton plays any stupid games I can process a charge back. >> As soon as your account is activated, while you're still on the website, hover your mouse over your account name and click "Manage My Subscriptions." >> You'll have to click that you want to cancel several times. Just pay attention and read, it's very easy. Some buttons will be gray. Don't try to talk to anyone, you can do it all by yourself. >> Once auto renewal is cancelled you can go into your account, billing info and delete the CC info you just put in. >> You can click download from the website to download the latest version, which will install over your existing Norton. Only took a few min to install & update. NOTE: I never needed my product key for anything. >> Any subsequent downloads to other PC's can be handled right thru the website. Just go to the website & login on that machine and download the same way you just did and DONE. One last thing I'll mention is that my desktop did not require a restart to finalize installation but my laptop did for whatever reason. Enjoy your next year of antivirus subscription! [Old: 2021] I see a lot of people complaining about how they're having such a difficult time with Norton and as someone who has dealt with their nonsense in the past, I was pleased to find this work out so easily. My subscription expired as of yesterday and I needed to renew so I was determined to do it no matter what. Anyone who can rub two braincells together knows that Norton's automatic subscription renewal (through your Norton account) costs like 5x more than what you originally paid. Not sure why Norton likes to play these stupid games but it must count for something if they continue to do it year after year. It's always cheaper to buy a fresh new version than renew like that. Btw, it's still cheaper here on Amazon than renewing with a discount on Norton's own website, which they will offer you if you have auto-renewal turned off... and you should do so immediately after installing. No, you do not have to chat with an agent to cancel. Someone else posted that they did but they must not have read much before proceeding. Look for the grey buttons. Follow the prompts and cancel your auto renewal, you'll be promted a few times. You do have to enter billing info in the beginning, which my PayPal info was saved from last year. If you really don't trust Norton, then once your sub is active just remove your billing info, which I went ahead and did as a precaution even though I know for a fact they didn't abuse it. I have Norton installed across all my devices, this one in particular being a Windows 10 machine. So yes, it does work just fine on Windows 10. Once purchased I simply went to my Amazon software library where the digital orders was, clicked the yellow "Redeem" button & reinstalled it with the prompts and everthing happened automatically. At first it didn't make sense that it needed to download again. However, it took less than a minute and after all was said and done, the new subscription info updated within the program itself on my computer, which I had open literally the entire time. Didn't even have to copy and paste any key codes. Try not to overcomplicate things and you'll be just fine!!!