Microsoft won't charge more for dual-core licenses

C|Net has learned that Microsoft will not saddle dual-core processors with additional licensing fees. The company will continue to charge its customers on a per-processor basis, defining a processor as "that which plugs into a single socket in a circuit board." This implies that Windows XP Home, which does not support dual processors, will be compatible with dual core chips.
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