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Microsoft looking to charge extra licensing fees for high-end notebooks
Sammi Huang, Taipei; Joseph Tsai, DIGITIMES

Microsoft has been talking to notebook brand vendors about the licensing of Windows 10 recently and is planning to charge extra fees for notebook models with high-end hardware such as Core i7 processors or Full HD display. However, the vendors are concerned...

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