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Newegg has Microsoft Office Home and Student 2019 + Norton 360 15 months (Download) for $79.99
  • Microsoft Office Home and Student 2019 1 Device PC/Mac Download – Regular Price $149.99
  • Norton 360 1 Device 15 Months Download – Regular Price $69.99
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Quote from stuff4dave :
Isn't the built in windows defender good enough? I also use malwarebytes to supplement.
I just removed all of my antivirus software from my machines after reading tons of articles about how unnecessary they are now. Obviously, if you're torrenting or visiting some questions sites or opening mysterious emails, you might need more protection beyond what is built into W10. I am overly cautious with my Internet usage, so it depends on your browsing habits.
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#47
Quote from Torque1224 :
This deal is for one time purchase of Office, without any annual subscription!

I guess you are talking about Office 365 which is different.

Regarding offline download... even most DVD purchases just have the initiator/key and you have to download via internet.
You're right! I read it wrong. I saw the 15-month, but it appears that is for Norton. Not office. Good to see the standalone still exists...for now.
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#48
This isn't really related to this deal, but do most people NOT pay for cloud storage like Dropbox, etc?

I switched from paying for Dropbox to Office 365 only for the cloud storage because (at the time), it was $9.99/1TB on Dropbox and Office 365 was $9.99/1TB/user with 5 users (through OneDrive. The bonus for me was that I got Office 365 along with it and if you're patient, I was able to get deals during BF for Office 365 to extend my subscription.

I've since moved everything over to a NAS but I've kept the Office 365 subscription for the Office apps, but also as a backup to my NAS, but OneDrive is also basically the primary dumping spot for pictures I take (and my family) takes on our phones.

At the time, it seemed like a no-brainer since I was already paying for cloud storage, I might as well get a little something additional if I was going to continue paying for cloud storage.
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You're right! I read it wrong. I saw the 15-month, but it appears that is for Norton. Not office. Good to see the standalone still exists...for now.
That's true! Since they make so much money, they might stop these lifetime licenses very soon or limit it's support just to few years.
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#50
Better off with Libre office or open office.
Free and works. Even Googles cloud based on works just as fine.
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#51
Quote from fginablack :
who still use norton these days?
what is good alternative? serious questions
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#52
I had HUP from work that cost $9 back in the day
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Yeah because no home or office would use outlook - getoutofheremicrosoft.
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Quote from evo3rs :
I had HUP from work that cost $9 back in the day
Same here, i loaded up on everything even visio, but the last time i looked the HUP had switched to 365 for $70, no thanks.
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#55
Does this require a student .edu email or something similar to use?
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Never bought office before. So does the software gets associated with your Microsoft account ala OSX so you can upgrade your mac but the software can be redownloaded.

Or does it get associated with the Windows PC, meaning if you ever in the future upgrade your PC, you'll have to purchase another copy?
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Ebay has a bunch of sellers on Home office 1 key perm for 60 to 70 range, these any good?
No. Dont buy anything from ebay.

They sell enterprise keys and they have a 50/50 shot of getting flagged for fraud. I bought both TurboTax a d Office this way. Both of them were apparently fraudulent.
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Some day, microsoft will make MS office entirely free, and it will be too late with Google's dominant market share. Gone will be the days of downloading software from websites. Everything will run on ARM, apps come from stores, and Microsoft/Intel/AMD might be too late.
Google Sheets is garbage though.
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So pereptual license then? At what point would it become obsolete?
When it is so old, that the computers stop supporting it, if you have a key for office 2003, you can still use it when though it doesn't look as good
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Students, you can usually get office for free from your school. Check on that before spending money on this.


Windows 7 had Windows Defender, didn't it? You may have needed to manually download it though, I can't remember
Windows 7 had MSE (Microsoft Security Essentials) built-in I think. Wasn't very well regarded if I remember correctly.
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