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The Peruvian government and Microsoft signed an agreement to use Windows XP and Office, as well as other educational resources in the laptops as part of an OLPC pilot program, minister of education José Chang announced last week (18 September).
The move makes Peru the first country worldwide to test the change in the operating system of the OLPC devices.
Chang justified the change from Linux to Windows by saying public school students in Peru "need to use the most modern tools with the most global use".
Thinking of submitting an application to the Windows Phone Marketplace? Better check the fine print in the developer agreement. Microsoft has a message there for many free and open source developers: You are not welcome.
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