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Microsoft tells big biz: No free Windows 10 for you, crack wallets open

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Re: True definition of "locked in"

I certainly haven't found anything definitive. My one Windows 7 Ultimate machine is the one that has me wondering as it overlaps between personal and business (such as it is) uses. Sounds like Microsoft hasn't put any thought in that direction, or just tossed it into "too-hard" for now. I can't see upgrading it anyway as I expect the movement to W10 for business will drag for a long time despite Microsoft getting out and pushing. Hard.

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