Redmond claims its OneCare software offers PC owners all the protection they need, but it may be tough to dislodge Symantec and McAfee
About 18 months after promising a consumer-security product -- and striking fear in the hearts of rivals' shareholders -- Microsoft's OneCare has finally hit the market. The aim is to provide a low-cost, easy-to-use product that gives consumers antivirus, anti-spyware, and firewall protection. "The consumer experience is going to be a lot easier," predicts Gina Narkunas, lead product manager for OneCare at Microsoft. "OneCare is like a pit crew [taking care of your car] for your computer."