Norton Partition Magic is a rogue antivirus application that installs itself on your computer and pretends to be an actual file manager. It then pretends to scan and detect various problems but in actuality it infects your PC with several viruses, which then cause all sorts of errors and damage your system. Norton Partition Magic does not show any icon on your desktop while running and is virtually impossible to remove unless you know what to do to fix it. Luckily, there is a very easy way to get rid of it and protect yourself against future attacks.
Norton Partition Magic lets you resize partitions with the push of a button, which basically makes your computer look like it's been used in some kind of a computer store. Unfortunately, Norton Partition Magic has been discontinued by Symantec thus leaving your computer vulnerable to attack from other unscrupulous applications. By purchasing a license key, you can basically activate this virus and make any number of miscellaneous changes to your system that might not be 100% safe on newer systems.
You can easily remove the Norton Partition Magic application by following the instructions in our Norton Magic Removal Guide: click here. We've also included a list of the most common files used by the application, which you should take care to delete. By deleting these files, you will ensure that your computer's performance is not affected in any way. Remember, the risk of having your system damaged is much higher if you use free programs such as Norton Partition Magic instead of paid programs such as disk management and defragmenter programs such as disk cleanup scanner software which is sold online.