Customer service can answer those questions about billing. I cannot see that side of your account. Only an accept or decline.
As for sending written, no problem. You already have antivirus built in on windows 8. Lets insure it is turned on before i send
you the links. It isnt the greatest one as opposed to the paid versions you are asking for. But, i will make sure i dont send
you any 'off site' reviews for these companies.
To start, you will have to find the Defender app on your system. To do this, use the key combination of the Windows Key and Q. This combo will launch the search function on your system. Type “defender” into the resulting search bar.
If you are using a tablet, you can find the search menu by swiping in from the right-hand side of the screen.
When Windows Defender shows up as a result for your search, tap or click on it to launch the program. If the program isn’t turned on, you will be greeted by a dialogue box telling you so. If the program is turned on, it will open and you will be able to edit the security settings.
If Defender is off, go back to the search function from step 1 and type in “action.” Select Action Center from the results. A new menu will open where you can see your security settings, including options for spyware and virus protection. Both will tell you that Defender is turned off, and both will also feature a button that says “Turn on now.” Click one of them to enable Defender.
Once Defender is enabled, you will be able to open the program, view your security settings, and update the software to make sure the antivirus definitions are up to date!
That seems long, but it is pretty simple. While you are doing that, i am going to get your top five anitviruses for 2017 for windows 8.