Microsoft doesn’t like PCs sold without Windows

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Microsoft doesn't like PCs sold without Windows

Is selling PCs without an OS installed a bad idea for retailers? Microsoft thinks so. In an article in Microsoft’s Partner Update magazine, Microsoft’s anti-piracy head Michala Alexander advises retailers to avoid selling “naked” PCs, saying that doing so puts the vendors at risk.

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