Microsoft has begun hiring beta users for its forthcoming Windows OneCare internet security service.
OneCare, which is expected to debut as a beta in a few weeks' time, will offer users a subscription-based anti-virus and anti-spyware service.
Introduced last month, OneCare is aimed at users who find it too complicated to keep their machines updated with the latest free Windows security patches and desktop tools.
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OneCare automatically updates machines with the latest protection updates as soon as users go onto the internet.
No price has so far been announced for the service.