Microsoft on Wednesday introduced a campaign to market new PCs equipped to run the company’s upcoming Windows XP desktop operating system. Under a program called “Windows XP Ready PCs,” the software giant has teamed with a group of personal computer makers–including Dell Computer, Compaq Computer, IBM and Hewlett-Packard–to turn out machines that have all the requirements to upgrade to the new OS. June 20, 2001, 10:20 a.m. PT
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My spin: I wouldn’t run to Windows XP, especially if you’ve got Win 2000 and are happy with it. I’ll try to put together a nice overview and give you MY definitive scoop on if you should upgrade or not…..
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