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Microsoft opens cut-price Windows - PCstats.com Microsoft opens cut-price Windows
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Microsoft is to launch a cheaper version of its Windows XP operating system in an effort to halt the rise of low-cost Linux software. The software giant said the new system, named Windows XP Starter Edition, would go on sale in Asia in October. The company said the cut-price software was designed for "first-time desktop PC users in developing countries". The move is seen as a response to Linux, a free-to-use system with a strong following in poor countries.
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