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Whether you've got an old device you'd like to freshen up or you're in the market for an affordable refurbished computer that may need some fixings, it's easy to forget about the expense of making sure your computer is up to date. From loading it up with the go-to staples of Microsoft Office to ensuring it's running on the latest operating system, all of these come with hefty price tags. But that's where this bundle of a lifetime license of Microsoft Office for Windows and Windows 11 Pro comes in.

Statista estimates that refurbished PCs will generate more than 11 billion dollars in the US by 2030, so bundles like this will become even more important. And right now, you can score this combo at a limited-time price drop to just $54.97 — reg. $418 — right here.

First up in this helpful bundle? A lifetime license to Microsoft Office Pro 2021 for Windows, which offers everything you'll need to work from your device efficiently. Tackle documents with Microsoft Word, or whip up a spreadsheet with Microsoft Excel. There's also PowerPoint for presentations, Microsoft Outlook to keep track of important emails, and Microsoft Teams to stay in touch with coworkers easily. You'll also have access to Microsoft OneNote, Microsoft Publisher, and Microsoft Access.

Install it for work or home on your device quickly and easily, thanks to the instant delivery and download, as you'll get your software license keys and download links immediately. And if you ever run into any issues, there's free customer service available.

After getting loaded up with the Microsoft Office staples, ensure your PC is up to speed with an upgrade to Windows 11. It's perfect for hybrid work thanks to some new additions, including tougher security with a Biometrics login and a new interface that's more straightforward to use. It offers a touchscreen for a mouse and keyboard-less experience and wake and lock so you save time booting and shutting down.

Upgrade a device with the All-in-One bundle with a lifetime license to Microsoft Office and Windows 11 Pro, now price-dropped to $54.97 (reg. $418) for a limited time.

Prices subject to change.

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