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My understanding is the one-year duration is not device specific so once you activate it on your second computer, that license will expire for all devices in one year. You would effectively have 2 concurrent licenses on your primary computer and it would not extend it to a 3rd year.
For those that may prefer "Key Card" instead of "download", here it is for the same price with coupon code 76RKTECH2A6

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For those that may prefer "Key Card" instead of "download", here it is for the same price with coupon code 76RKTECH2A6

https://www.newegg.com/malwarebyt...klink=true
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can this extend a current subscription? I have 2 years left on one computer.. and I would like to get a license for a second computer. so this case, would it be one year for my second computer and an additional year be added to my first computer?
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Is this platform agnostic?
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can this extend a current subscription? I have 2 years left on one computer.. and I would like to get a license for a second computer. so this case, would it be one year for my second computer and an additional year be added to my first computer?
My understanding is the one-year duration is not device specific so once you activate it on your second computer, that license will expire for all devices in one year. You would effectively have 2 concurrent licenses on your primary computer and it would not extend it to a 3rd year.
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I could be wrong but hasn't this been cheaper before? Seems like I paid under $25 for it last Nov.
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doesnt the free version do the same job?
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If this helps any here's the review by pcmag (the author, Neil has impressive computer credentials if you click on his name to see them - or I think they're impressive anyways Stick Out Tongue )

https://www.pcmag.com/reviews/mal...es-premium

see also

https://www.pcmag.com/picks/the-b...protection

I know from experience if you can wait until later on in November close to Black Friday amazon will sell digital codes for Norton at a much lower price than normal.. it's true that Norton will demand your credit card info simply to install but after that I just turn off auto-renew on Norton, delete my credit card info and Norton still works...

Malwarebytes - not sure how auto renewal works on it but see

https://forums.malwarebytes.com/t...scription/

far as the possibility of automatically being billed far more than you'd like without your knowledge or approval (sadly most paid antivirus/security software companies are going this route nowadays)

Having said that Malwarebytes (free version) at times has caught something that slipped past Norton ... see also their free adware cleaner product which I've been forced to use on rare occasions when something slips past Norton

https://www.malwarebytes.com/adwcleaner

difference between free and paid versions of malwarebytes can be found here

https://forums.malwarebytes.com/t...warebytes/
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Windows 10 has free security built in.
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Quote from Andrepartthree :
If this helps any here's the review by pcmag (the author, Neil has impressive computer credentials if you click on his name to see them - or I think they're impressive anyways Stick Out Tongue )

https://www.pcmag.com/reviews/mal...es-premium

see also

https://www.pcmag.com/picks/the-b...protection

I know from experience if you can wait until later on in November close to Black Friday amazon will sell digital codes for Norton at a much lower price than normal.. it's true that Norton will demand your credit card info simply to install but after that I just turn off auto-renew on Norton, delete my credit card info and Norton still works...

Malwarebytes - not sure how auto renewal works on it but see

https://forums.malwarebytes.com/t...scription/

far as the possibility of automatically being billed far more than you'd like without your knowledge or approval (sadly most paid antivirus/security software companies are going this route nowadays)

Having said that Malwarebytes (free version) at times has caught something that slipped past Norton ... see also their free adware cleaner product which I've been forced to use on rare occasions when something slips past Norton

https://www.malwarebytes.com/adwcleaner

difference between free and paid versions of malwarebytes can be found here

https://forums.malwarebytes.com/t...warebytes/
Might want to check those links?
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Quote from MrSwagMore :
Windows 10 has free security built in.
Free security is not malware/ransomware protection
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Quote from meetjasper :
Malwarebytes is useless and it just doesn't work anymore. I have Malwarebytes and BitDefender working. Bitdefender can identify threats and quarantine them but MalwareBytes don't even report. Bitdefender reports so much important information but MB totally silent and doing nothing. Not buying MB anymore.
Maybe BitDefender is picking up virus vs. malware. Both are needed to pick up different types of attacks
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this is free
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