Thursday, December 06, 2007

Microsoft Statement on Expanding Support for Low Cost Flash Based Computing Devices

The official Microsoft press release

As part of Microsoft Corp.’s Unlimited Potential effort to bring the benefits of technology to the next 5 billion people by transforming education, fostering local innovation, and enabling jobs and opportunity, Microsoft today announced plans to further expand flash-based Windows XP support for low-cost hardware computing devices. This builds on the success of similar support for devices such as Intel Corporation’s Classmate PC and ASUS’ Eee PC, complementing Unlimited Potential’s focus on transforming education in emerging segments.

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More information can be found at http://www.microsoft.com/up. A detailed background on Microsoft’s work to port Windows to the OLPC XO can be found at http://blogs.technet.com/jamesu.

Microsoft Statement on Expanding Support for Low Cost Flash Based Computing Devices

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