Microsoft Discounts Windows 10 Signature Edition PCs After Linux Ban Claims
Friday, 23 September 2016 () Microsoft has just announced a series of discounts for Windows 10 devices that are labeled as Signature Edition, only a few days after claims that the company is banning Linux on these PCs. While there’s no confirmation that the price cut is in any way related to the Linux scandal, its timing is certainly raising questions in this regard, especially because the list of models available with a discount also includes a Lenovo device – a Lenovo support engineer claimed the company had a deal with Microsoft to block Linux installation on Signature Edition devices. Discounted products But in the end, it doesn’t even matter if Microsoft took this decision following the recent claims or not because a price cut is always welcome, so here are the
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