A new Microsoft antivirus course is offering free Microsoft Windows 10 education for Windows 7 and 8 users.
The free, six-week course, called Microsoft Windows 8.1 Security and Compliance, is available for $59.99.
It also includes a 30-day trial.
Microsoft says it is offering the courses to provide “a quick introduction to Windows and the Microsoft ecosystem.”
The Microsoft Windows 7 Advanced Security and Protection Course is offered for $39.99 per year, or $29.99 for a 30 day trial.
Microsoft says the courses are designed for people who need to know more about Windows and have already mastered some of its basic security concepts, but also provide a good grounding in the Microsoft software ecosystem.
The Microsoft Office and Microsoft OneNote courses are available for free.
Microsoft is offering Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote for free as well.
Microsoft said that it will soon be offering a separate Microsoft Windows Education Premium edition for people with multiple years of experience, so they can choose courses based on their needs.
Microsoft said the Microsoft Education Premium Edition will also have courses that are free, with the caveat that Microsoft’s Windows and Microsoft Office programs have to be used in the course to pass the course.
Microsoft also said that Microsoft will also be making Windows 8 available for purchase at a discounted price.
Microsoft is also offering free software for a limited time.
Microsoft has also offered a Windows 8 or Windows 8 Pro upgrade for $49.99, or a 64-bit version of Windows 8 for $29,99.
The two programs also offer a one-year subscription to Microsoft’s Office 365 suite of cloud-based productivity software.
Microsoft will make the Windows 8 and Windows 8 Professional editions available at a discount price starting May 17.
Microsoft’s Edge Edge browser is also available for sale for $9.99 with a one year subscription to Office 365, which includes Office Online, Office for Business, and SharePoint Online.
Microsoft Edge also includes Microsoft Edge, a Windows 7-specific version of Internet Explorer, as well as a new, more personal version of Chrome.
Microsoft plans to launch its Edge browser for Windows 10 this summer, but users who want to take advantage of Edge’s enhanced features can sign up for an early preview of Edge at no cost.
Microsoft Office 365 and Sharepoint Online are also available at no charge.
Microsoft’s Office and Outlook 365 subscription programs are also free to sign up.
Microsoft added that it is also introducing a new free Windows Education subscription for Windows users.
Microsoft notes that users who sign up to this program will have access to Microsoft Edge for free and access to Office Online.