Microsoft opens x64 upgrades to retail

  TOPCAT® 14:47 27 May 05
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Excellent news for the many DIY system builders out there. It might pay though to wait awhile before upgrading to allow time for any bugs to be sorted. TC.

"Following confusion surrounding its Windows x64 Advancement Program, which offers a free upgrade from the standard 32-bit version of Windows XP to the recent 64-bit release, Microsoft has clarified the language on its Web site. All users, whether they purchased or built their PC, are now eligible for the 64-bit upgrade..."

click here

  Joe R 15:01 27 May 05

Looks like my XP home OEM, doesn't qualify then.

  Teaboy 17:25 31 May 05

Boo-Hoo nor mine!

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