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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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#106
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Sorry but open source sucks for productivity use cases and actual business use cases.
Seriously. I try to prefer FOSS solutions, but Excel/Word are my exceptions. Too many features are implemented differently, too many shortcut key combinations don't work.
Maybe it'd be different if I used Libre- or OpenOffice for work, too, but switching back and forth is just painful.
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What a weird hill to die on
I guess you don't work with large data if you did then you would understand how efficient that single formula is compared to conventional index match countif array
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#108
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So perpetual license then? At what point would it become obsolete?
Not sure, but I am still getting security updates for my Office 2007 license, if that translates to this version at all.
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I may bite. Still running Office 2011 on my Mac, Mohave. If I upgarde to Catalina, 2011 will no longer run.
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#110
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The same people that use AOL.

Hey hey!! I use AOL.
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I may bite. Still running Office 2011 on my Mac, Mohave. If I upgarde to Catalina, 2011 will no longer run.

The truth is... google docs, google sheets, etc... will work just fine.
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Lies. Norton is one of the best antivirus/security products out there. Maybe you're thinking early 2000 Norton..
Is Your Antivirus Software Spying on You? Selling your data to third-party advertisers? Decrypting encrypted web traffic? Installing potentially unwanted programs on your computer? And the WORST offence..... (wait for it).... Cooperating with governments
It's theoretically possible that antivirus software could be leveraged to help government agencies collect information on users. AND... Undermining security and giving hackers access to private data. Sometimes, security software does the opposite of its desired intent by undermining your security.

I believe Norton is GUILTY of all offences.

The FBI confirmed the active development of Magic Lantern, a keylogger intended to obtain passwords to encrypted e-mail and other documents during criminal investigations. The FBI intends to deploy Magic Lantern in the form of an e-mail attachment. When the attachment is opened, it installs a trojan horse on the suspect's computer, which is activated when the suspect uses PGP encryption, often used to increase the security of sent email messages. When activated, the trojan will log the PGP password, which allows the FBI to decrypt user communications.[29] Symantec and other major antivirus vendors have whitelisted the Magic Lantern trojan, rendering their antivirus products, including Norton AntiVirus, incapable of detecting it.
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Huh? Office 2019 is not annual subscription. Reread the initial post. Norton 360 is 15months.
Thanks. I will edit my post.
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#114
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The truth is... google docs, google sheets, etc... will work just fine.
True. Both my sons use Google docs. Myself and my wife prefer Office. At $149, no way. But $80.... Is the Norton 360 code worth anything? If I buy, I have no use for Norton.
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Is Your Antivirus Software Spying on You? Selling your data to third-party advertisers? Decrypting encrypted web traffic? Installing potentially unwanted programs on your computer? And the WORST offence..... (wait for it).... Cooperating with governments
It's theoretically possible that antivirus software could be leveraged to help government agencies collect information on users. AND... Undermining security and giving hackers access to private data. Sometimes, security software does the opposite of its desired intent by undermining your security.

I believe Norton is GUILTY of all offences.

The FBI confirmed the active development of Magic Lantern, a keylogger intended to obtain passwords to encrypted e-mail and other documents during criminal investigations. The FBI intends to deploy Magic Lantern in the form of an e-mail attachment. When the attachment is opened, it installs a trojan horse on the suspect's computer, which is activated when the suspect uses PGP encryption, often used to increase the security of sent email messages. When activated, the trojan will log the PGP password, which allows the FBI to decrypt user communications.[29] Symantec and other major antivirus vendors have whitelisted the Magic Lantern trojan, rendering their antivirus products, including Norton AntiVirus, incapable of detecting it.
Interested in seeing where this is documented and what alternative AV products you recommend. I've been using Norton for years, no issues with system performance. Also use paid version of Malwarebytes.
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I changed out my harddrive to a SSD hd a year ago.... purchased Office (full retail version) through Microsfot online and now I cannot reinstall it Frown... like I have to purchase a second copy.

This is why I hate these online companies and I never feel bad if I get software for free.
Why couldn't you install it again?
Even if it's OEM version, you should be allowed to reinstalled it again because changing hard drive is not considered system change.
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I changed out my harddrive to a SSD hd a year ago.... purchased Office (full retail version) through Microsfot online and now I cannot reinstall it Frown... like I have to purchase a second copy.

This is why I hate these online companies and I never feel bad if I get software for free.
Has this happened to anyone else?
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#118
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Visual Studio Community and Visual Studio Code are both completely free. For 99% of most people that will get the job done needed at home. Very rarely will anyone need something like Visual Studio Pro or Enterprise editions. Which those are expensive products.

Personally, just stick with Visual Studio Code these days for completely free coding work at home. Besides a few already baked in integrated tools, there isn't much difference between them all.
Vs code is the best text editor hands down. Got give ms credit. They know how to make software.
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I used to get it through work, govt, or edu for next to nothing ($10). But they all have transitioned to subscription based model.
If your work uses Microsoft Office 365 and you are one of their users you may be able to use that license to install a version on your home computer, each user is allowed to install it on 5 PC's, 5 tablets, and 5 phones.
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Interested in seeing where this is documented and what alternative AV products you recommend. I've been using Norton for years, no issues with system performance. Also use paid version of Malwarebytes.
FYI...

I just use Windows defender. The Tec guy (twit.tv) who I totally trust has stated... no virus program is perfect.... one catches xyz and the other catches abc... point is why install anything on your computer that will slow it down when there probably is no benefit.

Before windows defender I used Nod32. ​
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