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Microsoft touts "Windows-as-a-service," free Windows 10 upgrade

CompTIA SmartBrief | Jan 23, 2015

Microsoft has unveiled plans for "Windows-as-a-service," bringing security fixes and updates to PCs and mobile devices without a service-pack download. Microsoft said it will offer free Windows 10 upgrades for most users for one year after release. Separately, the company previewed the Surface Hub touch-screen display, sized at 55 and 84 inches. CRN.com (U.S.) (01/22) CRN.com (U.S.) (01/22)


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