I've tried looking for an answer, but i can't find one, so hopefully someone here knows what is happening? and yes, you shouldn't use two internet security software at the same time. I wouldn't advice you to use Norton or any free internet security software. And just for the record I have used both Norton and Kaspersky and this whole high resource utilization thing about Norton is an utter nonsense since I have hardly noticed any difference with the performance from start up to the running of multiple process smoothly.The first time a tried to do it, it came up with a message saying that there was a bad image in the win32or something. They told me to write in update source page in menu. As a matter of fact as time passed after the installation of Kaspersky, it started to take a toll on my ram usage but Norton remained constant with it's good performance so eat your own words and do some research on your own before you jump on the band wagon of these marketing gimmicks fanboy. I think I may try Trend Micro or some other software once my licence expires in 382 days.I do not ever use the computer for gaming purposes. -" Know that you will most likely never even encounter most of these so-called threats..." Well, that's what you think... But if I ever came across an issue where the file was quarantined, norton always provided with a restore option, so I don't see any harm done.What I like to do is that I add a particular folder like my download folder or the folder where I am using a crack file to the exclusion rule be it any security suite that I use.I have recently installed on my Windows 10 Pro computer the Kaspersky Internet Security 2016 (version 18.104.22.1684(e)).Kaspersky issued the following message right after the installaion, then began updating.After installing the KIS, I activated the product by entering the license key and then manually updated the database to the latest available version.And after that, I didn’t bother to open Kaspersky as I was under the impression that it would automatically download the database and requires no manual intervention but I was wrong.
Unless I am some sort of kaspersky fanboy I will never be too inclined to the idea of using Kaspersky over Norton.
If you don't see it in either place, open the Program Files folder on your hard drive and find the Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013 folder and application there.
If you are clicking all the right buttons and Kaspersky still won't open, try rebooting your computer, especially if the application worked fine the last time you were on.
About 5 days ago, I found that Kaspersky isn’t updating the virus database automatically, and decided to find a fix for this issue.
If you’re also having trouble in automatically updating Kaspersky Antivirus or Kaspersky Internet Security, you could try out the following solutions.