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|27th May 2005, 17:17||#1|
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Microsoft changes stance on Windows X64 upgrade
BETA NEWS reported yesterday that Microsoft has tweaked its upgrade programme and has now entered a world closer to reality.
According to the site, Microsoft will now give users an upgrade to the 64-bit version whether or not they bought or built their PC.
Formerly, the rule was that the programme only applied to PCs bought with an OEM copy of Winders.
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