Setup hasn't changed a bit over the years. We start by creating and account with security questions.
Following up step one, we move to SSID and password.
A Netgear account is required for Armor setup, you can do that in this step.
Finally, we land with a familiar interface; advanced and basic options at the top and sidebar to the left. In the center we get a quick glance at the system and new Armor tab at the bottom.
Moving through settings, we have the ability to customize Wi-Fi including SSID, password, channels and security options.
Netgear Genie still has dynamic QoS and built in speedtest available or you can manually define your connection rate.
To use Circle by Disney you will need to enable it in the router and download the app.
Running through Armor setup, as you can see above, we have our router detected and devices listed on the sidebar.
Clicking on the device list, we can see all devices connected to the router and when they were last scanned by Bit Defender. At the top you have the option of downloading Bit Defender total security for each device.