Norton Studio Windows 8, 10 App gets Improvements
If you have installed the official Norton Studio Windows 8 App on your Windows 8 tablet or desktop device, then you will probably be interested to hear that the app has received a much needed update in the Windows Store.
What many might not now is that Norton Studio isn’t a Windows 8/Windows 8.1 antivirus per se, but it’s actually some sort of a command center where you can view, manage and explore different Norton products, on various Windows 8 computers and tablets, from a single place. It’s a really useful application for IT administrators. So, you are no longer tied to your computer with this app, as you can download it on your Windows 8 tablet and take it with you.
Uniquely designed and optimized for Windows 8, Norton Studio allows users to view, manage and explore Norton products, on various PCs and devices, from a central location.
Norton Studio for Windows 8 gets Windows 8.1 updates
Now, according to the release note in the Windows Store, it has finally received support for Windows 8.1 Snap Mode and new tile sizes. So, this means that you will now be able to pin it to the start screen and choose whatever tile you want, including the big one introduced with Windows 8.1. Also, the Snap Mode will ensure that you get to do more things in the same time – multitasking at its best.
Besides these changes, the official Norton Studio app for Windows 8 still contains the good old features, such as dynamic cycling tile for quick visual status of all your systems, the ability to view a snapshot of what has happened on your Norton systems the option of fixing flagged problems and some more. Follow the link from below to get the improved Windows 8 Norton app.
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