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Microsoft is officially releasing Windows XP today. Windows XP is Microsoftis next generation attempt at controlling even more of the computing market by leveraging its monopoly power in operating systems into new markets such as instant messaging, digital photo editing and processing, and music file formats. The company is also unleashing a new set of draconian and invasive anti-piracy measures meant to keep casual pirates from casually pirating. More importantly, Windows XP offers customers the chance to become acquainted with the idea of renting software as a service, rather than buying it, something near and dear to Microsoftis heart. From a press release:

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You can no doubt find more information on Windows XP somewhere on Microsoftis Web site.

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