TL;DR: As of Aug. 5, you’ll save 50% if you bundle McAfee Total Protection and Microsoft 365 Family through Dell.
Getting a new laptop or PC ahead of the upcoming school year? Don’t forget to put some software on that bad boy before you or your kids hit the (possibly remote) classroom this fall: While most computers come with pre-installed suites of some basic apps — think Pages and Photos on Macs — it’s wise to look beyond these defaults for important features like antivirus protection and productivity programs.
As fate would have it, we’ve stumbled upon an awesome deal where you can bundle two top-of-the-line software products for the price of one: Dell is selling one-year subscriptions to both for just $99.99 altogether — a 50% savings.
McAfee’s offering is an all-in-one security solution that features a secure VPN, ID theft protection, and defense against viruses, malware, spyware, and ransomware. Buying Dell’s bundle gets you its $99.99 “Individual/Couples” plan, which can be installed across up to five devices (including laptops, PCs, tablets, and smartphones).
Microsoft 365, meanwhile, is a premium productivity cloud for both Mac and Windows devices that contains Microsoft Word (a word processor), Excel (a spreadsheet program), Powerpoint (a presentation program), Outlook (an email client), and other popular programs. The $99.99 “Family” plan included in Dell’s bundle can be shared among up to six people, each of who will receive a whopping 1TB of cloud storage space for their documents. (Note: The header of Dell’s landing page for this bundle incorrectly refers to this plan as “Microsoft Office 365 Home.” You’ll be getting Microsoft 365 Family, which is the same thing, just under a new name.)
Smash the blue button below to head over to Dell’s website, where you can score both programs for just $99.99.
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