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Microsoft has completed work on the first version of Windows 10 designed specifically for Chinese government agencies, according to a report from the People’s Republic of China (PRC) last week.
In an interview with the China-based publication Caixin, the head of Microsoft’s efforts in the PRC said that the initial version of the special edition had been finished.
The English-language website TechInAsia first reported on the Caixin interview with Ralph Haupter, CEO of Microsoft’s Greater China region.
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