Before I start I'll just say this is my 'personal opinion'. For me, Norton is not something I would advise using. It is full of bugs and is resource heavy. Its tendrils get in everywhere and removing it completely is a bit of a job. To be fair, regarding the specific Norton program you mention I have no experience of. But that's not a good sign. It's new and therefore the jury is out. To top it off, Norton 'costs'. The fact is you can back your system up with less intrusive software and for free.
I would recommend ERUNT
. For me, if I had my way, 'everyone' would have this. It takes a shot of your registry each day and saves it to a folder. That means you can restore your registryto any day, any time, as many times as you like. Even better, the folder is stored in the WINDOWS folder. What does that mean? Well, it means if a catastrophy has happened and you are even unable to boot due to a corrupted registry (and you need to be able to boot to enable system restore), you can actually access the WINDOWS folder from the Control Console. It has saved many people's PC's where otherwise the only option would have been a reinstall or reformat. ERUNT
I hope that helps