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Microsoft combats Chromebooks by cutting Windows licensing fees by 70
Microsoft is reportedly cutting Windows 8.1 license costs by 70 percent for PC makers. Bloomberg News reports that the cuts are targeted at devices that retail for less than $250, in a move designed to combat rival low-cost tablets and Chromebooks. PC makers are usually charged $50 for a license of Windows 8.1, but Bloomberg News reports that manufacturers will be offered a license for just $15 on their low-cost devices.
Read more : Microsoft combats Chromebooks by cutting Windows licensing fees by 70 percent | The Verge
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