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free xp??

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http://www.microsoft.com/uk/itxp/evalpack.htm

This is straight from the link above:

"Request your FREE XP Evaluation Packs Today!

To experience Microsoft Windows XP and Office XP for yourself, request your free business evaluation packs today. They include a 30-day trial software CD as well as content and resources to assist your evaluation. You also have the option to request additional information and resources relating to Microsoft? Project 2000 and Microsoft? Visio 2002.

Important information - Please Read Carefully

? Because this preview product is not yet commercially released software, Microsoft recommends that you use it for evaluation and planning purposes only.

? This is time-limited prerelease software and will expire 180 days after initial installation is completed.

? Due to potential changes to system files between this test release and the final version a complete re-installation may be required when migrating your system to the final release code when available.

? If you install the WPP on your Home PC and then decide after launch that you want to purchase Home Edition and not Professional Edition, you will need to reformat your hard drive and completely reinstall the Operating System. This is true for all language versions, including English. "

I've signed up for this myself, and I should receive it within 10 days. Does this mean that I'm basically getting full versions of Win XP and Office XP, but time-limited?

Oh, and sorry to anyone in the US or anywhere else, but this is for us Brits only


:D

(I must point out that I didn't find this out, I found it on iexbeta.com, so credit goes there)

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