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Microsoft planning free software?

Microsoft planning free software?

News.com has uncovered some internal research at Microsoft that shows the company may be at least considering making some desktop applications free (ad-supported, of course). Microsoft didn't comment. Which means they'll launch the program a day after Google launches theirs.