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Windows 7: For Kaspersky owners in Australia

14 Oct 2016   #1
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For Kaspersky owners in Australia

I don't know about overseas but I have just updated my Kaspersky to the 2017 version because it has become available - we are usually behind the rest of the world (you can use your existing activation code) and I have found they have incorporated a feature that lets you know if there are updates for installed software ie Adobe and LibreOffice etc - nice touch I thought.


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