Windows OneCare to Launch in June

Microsoft Tuesday made public plans for its security package called Windows OneCare, which comes with anti-virus and anti-spyware tools as well as backup and other utilities. While the company plans to release another beta of the product at the end of this month, Microsoft will accept no new beta testers after the end of April in preparation for a June launch.

Windows Defender would be included with the product, although it is not expected to be integrated into the OneCare console until after the June launch. Annual subscription fees for the service would be $50 USD, although beta testers would receive a promotional price of $20 USD for the first year of service.

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