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Bitdefender Family Pack 2021 [15-Device, 2-Years] £29.99 @ Computer Active
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Posted 4th MarPosted 4th Mar
Bitdefender Family Pack 2021 [15-Device, 2-Years] £29.99 @ Computer Active£29.99 Free P&P Free
BitDefender Family Pack 2021 has to be the ultimate security solution. Why? On your PC, it takes Bitdefender Total Security 2021, the premier security suite and adds even more fle… Read more

Great stuff. Thank you (y)


Yes it work on my Poco X3. Protect my PC and my mobile i still have 13 device to be protected.


I uninstalled the current bitdefender and reinstalled the bitdefender family the link they have provided. When ask the sign in you can still see ur previous account. Hope this help


If I purchased this, can I use the key to replace my Total package without having to reregister my devices?


For sure - same here. When I wrote the post originally I was more thinking of 40 year old Dan/Joanne who has an average job - £30/year can be spent on something else kinda thing. I can see why saying paid antivirus isn't worth it can be taken the wrong way so I'll concede I'm probably overthinking a £30/year saving.

Windows 10 Professional includes a 1-PC retail licence, digital download - £39.99 @ComputerActive
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Posted 9th Sep 2020Posted 9th Sep 2020
Windows 10 Professional includes a 1-PC retail licence, digital download - £39.99 @ComputerActive£39.99 Free P&P Free
Windows 10 professional download. From quite a trusted source also. Hope this helps someone! Windows 10 home available also for £29.99 Windows 10 has matured into a fantastic mod… Read more

Of course or equally as valid a cheaper one from ebay. I've yet to see any evidence that this retailers keys are any different and there's plenty to doubt it. You won't have a legitimate copy, but it'll likely work.


Thanks for your reply, Ad. The PC is a custom build, with no COA attached. I just installed W10 Home from the MS installation software from USB. Could I still use this key? Thanks ;)

If the CoA is W10 Home then absolutely, why wouldn't you. If it's W7/8 Home then it's a grey area but most would consider fair use. If you don't care about legitimacy then a key for a couple of quid on ebay. If the above doesn't apply then £75-100 is the price, I'm afraid.

For Office 2019 buy "Home & Student 2019" (~£100 from a reputable retailer, eg. ebuyer, John Lewis, Amazon direct/not marketplace), "Home & Business 2019" or check if your employer offers it on "Home Use" basis (~£10).

First is a grey area and poor reporting. (i) it works and Microsoft haven't stopped it (ii) officially the offer is long over and Microsoft have said it's no longer valid Second your link doesn't work and is also a grey area. (i) if that CoA is brand new, never used that should be legitimate (ii) odds are that's a used oem licence so it's not legitimate, it's just taking advantage of the fact that the key hasn't been deactivated

Windows 10 - 1 user licence - £29.99 @ Computer Active
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Posted 15th Apr 2020Posted 15th Apr 2020
Windows 10 - 1 user licence - £29.99 @ Computer Active£29.99
Computer Active magazine Seems a decent price from a reputable source rather than the hooky versions on eBay. Windows 10 Pro is also offered at £34.99

yes in time, saving up for a gaming level laptop. But in the meantime this laptop will be used as a desktop replacement (17" screen so quite comfortable) for doing mainly mundane day to day jobs (browsing, office, videos as it even has a bluray drive which was a luxury 10 years ago, maybe even some light gaming for older games) so nothing too taxing, so don't want to waste it. thinking upgrading it to win10, and maybe stick the spare 500gb ssd which I have, would make it still quite useful. Anybody else have info as to whether the licence from this deal can be used to upgrade Vista to win10? thanks.


Buy a new laptop rather than subjecting yourself to pain


a bit late to the thread/deal here, just want to ask is this licence for windows 7/8 upgrade to 10 only? I have an acer laptop(aspire 7530g, bought from after seeing a deal on here) from 2010, that's still running the quite cumbersome/relatively slow windows Vista, was hoping an upgrade to windows 10 would breath some new life into it. The laptop has rarely been used in all these year(so the condition is still like new so don't want to part with it) and on paper does have the spec to handle win10, but is the licence from Computer Active(I sill remember the magazine), can the licence be used to upgrade win vista to win10? was hoping buying from a reputable store would be better than buying a dodgy licence/key from ebay.



It does not look genuine at all, you can't even buy it. Website looks dodgy as well

Norton 360 Premium for 10-Device, 2-Years £29.99 - Saving 83%
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Posted 14th Jan 2020Posted 14th Jan 2020
Norton 360 Premium for 10-Device, 2-Years £29.99 - Saving 83%£29.99
Norton 360 Premium include: Antivirus and malware protection PC Cloud Backup, Smart Firewall for PC Password Manager Secure VPN PC SafeCam 100% Virus Protection Promise P… Read more

I'd still avoid anything that triggers that many FP's. Disaster waiting to happen.


To be fair, it also won that roundups top "advanced 3-star" award.


The free AV chorus warms up...


Hmm... Too many FP's


Voted hot, been using Norton for years and never had any problems what so ever with speed, maleware or viruses. Still have over 100 days left on my current deal, otherwise I would purchase.

Norton 360 Premium [10-Device, 2-YR] £29.99 @ ComputerActive
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Posted 8th Nov 2019Posted 8th Nov 2019
Norton 360 Premium [10-Device, 2-YR] £29.99 @ ComputerActive£29.99£89.9967% off
Computeractive has Norton 360 Premium 10-Device, 2-YR for only £29.99, saving 83%, until 31 March 2020!

How can it be cold?? with your logic you are paying £40 - £41 for 2 years. This is £29.99 for 2 years.


PS It's quite hard to avoid taking the unnecessary "Extended Download Insurance" ComputerActive automatically add to the basket at £2.95 with no obvious remove button. Not quite sure how I got rid of it but scroll up and down from the basket item list, go back and forth and eventually a page with a 'remove' button was revealed. Otherwise v good deal. 10 devices, 24 months - less than £1.50 per device per year.


UPDATE: you CAN queue this with an existing 10-user Norton Internet Security licence - via Norton support chat. I now have 1102 days remaining. They offer the choice of adding the new key to the old licence or vice versa. If you add to the old licence, no action required on your 10 PCs but you don't get the new features unlocked (like VPN). If they add your existing days to the new licence, you have to update the key immediately on every PC but the new features are released. No new software download was required. On the old software it switched to 1 day remaining. You can also buy the new licence twice and stack up an extra 4 years according to Norton.


You can't add it to your Norton account and "queue" the code, but you can simply order and hold the code and use when you're ready? When you purchase, the code doesn't start counting down until you add it to your account.


Good deal...not quite the same but good alternative, still norton

Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 £17.99 @ computer active
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Posted 2nd Jun 2017Posted 2nd Jun 2017
Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 £17.99 @ computer active£17.99
Offer from Computeractive magazine Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 [1-DEVICE] Includes a 1-device, 1-Year license

Oh right well time will tell I suppose


I like it, bitdefender otoh was a pain in the ass and I ended up getting a refund!


So is Kaspersky rubbish then. I was using Bitdefender and it was due for renew so after reading some good reviews I thought I would give it a go.......


You need to keep an eye on Kaspersky, last year they had the Barclays 5 user licence along with a money off code for Kaspersky, £5 off so I ended up paying £1.99 per 5 user licence, bought 6!


[image missing] Look at the cxxt, that should be more than enough to make you boycott Kaspersky forever

Free Computer Active Magazine
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Posted 8th Sep 2015Posted 8th Sep 2015
Free Computer Active Magazine
For all of you computer nerds/nerdettes there's a free magazine issue for computer active!
Get deal*Get deal*

Meanwhile, like all good magazines, you can get it free from your local library if they subscribe to Zinio for Libraries.


Due to abuse of this promotion, online ordering for this offer is currently suspended. If you still wish to purchase a subscription, please contact our customer service department on 0844 844 0053.


The promotion has been suspended...

£1 for 3 issues of computeractive magazine and 1GB USB pen drive
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Posted 16th Jul 2015Posted 16th Jul 2015
£1 for 3 issues of computeractive magazine and 1GB USB pen drive£1
£1 for 3 issues of computer active and 1GB USB pen drive. Don't forget to cancel your direct after £1 taken. Topcashback - £7.35

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Due to abuse of this promotion, online ordering for this offer is currently suspended. If you still wish to purchase a subscription, please contact our customer service department"


Pretty much as above the cashback will not be paid out unless you purchase a set term subscription rather than just the trial


Yeah its setup for both cashback and goft to be rejected. Though you do get 3 copies of azure magazine for £1 so not all bad but not as attractive as described in the deal


You need to make it clear that the £7.35 via TopCashback, will as is usual, only be paid when you pay for a full subscription, not if you cancel after the £1 for 3 issue trial. There are variable charges for the full sub. If using the TCB link, the magazine delivered in the print only (cheapest) option, does not include the free USB drive. The free gifts offered with Dennis magazines are sometimes only sent after payment for a full sub. What is the origin of your printed listing ?

CyberGhost VPN 5
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Posted 4th Feb 2014Posted 4th Feb 2014
CyberGhost VPN 5
sign up with a uk ip CyberGhost VPN 5 includes a 1-Device, 1-Year license

If you're using this you are missing the point of having a VPN. Read comment #4


yes i have


Has anybody managed to obtain a serial code from this deal and then successfully activated their CyberGhost software with it??? :)


Well, I'm in the UK and I've read copy or two of the mag at some point...


It also says the below, so not sure if there's a cost:- How To Get Your Serial Code Login (create an account if you haven't already done so), then click the "Get Serial Code" button to receive your code. You can find this again in your account, if you need the code in the future.

CyberGhost VPN 5,Ashampoo Burning Studio 2013, RapidCSS 2014 (V12) FREE Software.
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Posted 31st Jan 2014Posted 31st Jan 2014
CyberGhost VPN 5,Ashampoo Burning Studio 2013, RapidCSS 2014 (V12) FREE Software.
Maybe useful to hukd Readers. Ashampoo Burning Studio 2013 Ashampoo Burning Studio 2013 is a compact, simple, but surprisingly feature-packed disc burning suite. The program mak… Read more

Ashampoo produce some very good software, worth keeping an eye on them even if this one is not for you. I got Snap 7 for about £4 and it is very useful for me, an equivalent program would be Snagit and the like. This will let you capture almost anything on your screen e.g. video, mouse movement for tutorials, skype calls etc. Snagit 6 is free (again) at the moment and worth a look.


Don't know why this is voted cold I just made 2 accounts and got 2 cyberghost subscriptions for free save me £30 . Cyberghost is great for accessing UK blocked websites and anonymous downloading.


Thank you - cyber ghost is a handy program to have Heat added