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Microsoft Office Home and Student Norton 360 both for £99.99 pc world

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Just went into my local PC World and bought Microsoft Office Home and Student and Norton 360 both for £99.99. When asked one assistant said yo have to buy a laptop/pc, but on the poster nothing was … Read More
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9y, 5m agoFound 9 years, 5 months ago
Just went into my local PC World and bought Microsoft Office Home and Student and Norton 360 both for £99.99.
When asked one assistant said yo have to buy a laptop/pc, but on the poster nothing was said of this, went to the till and the till assistant asked another assistant and you do not have to buy a pc/laptop.

Hope it is of some use to someone!
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#1
Why anyone would pay money for Norton escapes me! All it does IMHO is screw up your computer. It got delivered on mine and I shortly after de-installed it. However it still left lts "I know better" attitude software somewhere. It arrogantly turns off my Windows Firewall without asking and permits incomoing echo requests.It alo seems to block me using some retail websites (e.g. (Argos) Go to AVG for free virus protection and a real firewall from them for a few Ducats extra. Also use AdAware and Spybot both also free.
#2
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Why anyone would pay money for Norton escapes me! All it does IMHO is screw up your computer. It got delivered on mine and I shortly after de-installed it. However it still left lts "I know better" attitude software somewhere. It arrogantly turns off my Windows Firewal without asking and permits inocmoing echo requests. Go for AVG for free virus protection and a real firewall for a few Ducats extra.


Got to agree I'm afraid, although it looks a good deal on paper (effectively getting Norton for free) it's still overpriced, I personally wouldn't have it on my pc if they paid me. Bearing that in mind, I could pick up office for less than £99.99, or as I'm sure somebody will mention, you could try OpenOffice - although personally I'd rather stick with Microsoft Office if only because it's what the kids use at school (yes I know it's compatible, but with kids it's much easier if it's the same!)

Sorry, cold from me!
#3
If you're a student you can get Office ultimate 2007 for £40 http://www.theultimatesteal.co.uk/home.asp
Same if you work for the NHS. Norton is rubbish, would highly avoid it for the many security softwares available whether free or for a fee.
#4
Have to agree that Norton is the absolute kiss of death for any pc and AOL isn't much better! They both use very aggresive routines and only a reformat will clear the **** of your machine.
#5
Save yourself money and buy Office 2003 Home Edition which comes with Outlook unlike the 2007 version. 2007 has a very strange interface as well which had me scratching my head.
#6
best place to get this is [url]www.software4students.co.uk[/url]

is you have a kid at school you can get the "Full" versions of the software from here, and not a 1 year thing.

Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 is £59.95
#7
Can some one please give more information re getting this software for students. Our kids are doing their homework mostly using Word, powerpoint and publisher. How safe/reliable is it to get it from this site?

At the moment they're using my old pc with microsoft office 2000 on it, or doing their publisher stuff at school. I've recently got a new pc and wanted to get them a copy so they could use it on that one instead. LIke Mike73, I'd rather get Microsoft office, than open office as it's what they use at school.

I think Costco have a student version for around £99 (or used to a few months back), should I just buy that instead?

Any help appreciated. Thanks.

Charlie BRown

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