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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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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.
Sure that will happen when businesses actually start using the pathetic google apps. 🙄

BTW, how is getting apps from the store, not downloading?
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Norton add-on adds zero value whatsoever, more like a burden on any system
any better free alternative that you can recommend.

fyi, xfinity users get Norton for free.
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any better free alternative that you can recommend.

fyi, xfinity users get Norton for free.
Isn't the built in windows defender good enough? I also use malwarebytes to supplement.
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Isn't the built in windows defender good enough?
may be the case for win10 . . . but i am still on win 7. you make a good point though, i wonder what do win10 users use
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For those that downloaded, do you just download an installer or can you download the entire package and then save it somewhere in case you need to reinstall at a later date? TIA
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Students, you can usually get office for free from your school. Check on that before spending money on this.
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may be the case for win10 . . . but i am still on win 7. you make a good point though, i wonder what do win10 users use
Windows 7 had Windows Defender, didn't it? You may have needed to manually download it though, I can't remember
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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.
what are you talking about?

Microsoft is one of the top 3 cloud players today: AWS, Azure & Google. Microsoft offers free Office online just as Google and when it comes down to pricing Office 365 cost less than G Suite. G Suite has an upper hand when collaborating on projects but when using the software as an individual Office is still on top. Microsoft has also addressed the business side for collaboration with Sharepoint, OneDrive, Teams

. . . and we are not even talking about businesses and individuals who prefer to store files on local storage and to be internet independent.

The point is, you are very much underestimating Microsoft. As for Intel and AMD they will transition to mobile when the demand requires . . . not anytime soon.
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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
Support for Windows 7 ended on January 14, 2020 (same goes for defender). I am still Ok with Norton . . . but i was wondering what win 10 users are doing.
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I wish Microsoft would do an Office and Xbox Game Pass bundle.
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Support for Windows 7 ended on January 14, 2020 (same goes for defender). I am still Ok with Norton . . . but i was wondering what win 10 users are doing.
Oh. I think when I had Windows XP and Vista, Kaspersky was pretty well regarded. There was also Malwarebytes and SuperAntiSpyware, but I'm not sure how well those worked for real-time protection. I would just use those two when I suspected an infection.

As for Windows 10, I have always just used Windows Defender, or whatever it's called now. Haven't had a problem yet
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Anyone don't want the norton key?
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Anyone don't want the norton key?
I don't.
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Of course, I just bought Office 2019 two days ago from Best Buy for $95. But I had to jump through hoops to get them to price match HP. Then I had to use up all my reward points to bring it down to $95. Then this shows up lol

Buying another one because I need another key for my laptop.
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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.
Doubt. They making tons of $$ with yearly 365 subscriptions
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Can the one user license partially extend your family license?
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