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dandl
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November 1, 2015 - 9:30 am
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Jim, this paragraph kind of caught my attention from that Windows Experience Blog in your article. I wonder if this might be opening the door for PC's not running W7 or W8 or 8.1.

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No. Nothing has changed really, except; instead of the ISO being specific to the existing operating system the ISO now includes both Home and Pro 32 and 64-bit editions.

All they've done really is combine all the separate ISOs into one - eligibility for the free upgrade still remains the same and users will still only be able to upgrade to the equivalent edition.

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