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I post at SearchCommander.com now, and this post was published 13 years 9 months 7 days ago. This industry changes FAST, so blindly following the advice here *may not* be a good idea! If you're at all unsure, feel free to hit me up on Twitter and ask.

Windows One Care? Well, according to Microsoft, here’s what it is…

“This PC health service is always on, running quietly in the background. It helps give you round-the-clock protection and maintenance—virus scanning, firewalls, tune ups, file backups, the whole nine yards. Delivered to you in a smooth, hassle-free package.

Wow, sounds great, right? About time, you’re thinking? That’s what I thought too, until Microsoft announced Tuesday that it’s going to cost $50 a year!

Instead of paying Norton, Zone Alarm, Winpatrol and others, you’re going to just pay Microsoft $50 a year to protect yourself from all their vulnerabilities?

That seems like a sound business decision on Microsofts part, doesn’t it? Do you think the ecommerce servers will be overloaded with customers?

I’m busy, and don’t have time to rant much, but maybe with their billions, they should make their operating system safe and secure to begin with? With free updates for the life of the PC? Put all the others out of business? I can’t wait for the Google Operating System. …

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