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c't uplink 28.6: Cheap Microsoft licenses, Intel's 10nm CPU and robotic vacuum cleaner


"Cleanliness is the sister of godliness" – This also applies in the current episode of c't uplink to cheap licenses, new CPUs and vacuum cleaner robots.

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Our software expert Hans-Peter Schüler has discovered surprisingly cheap Windows and Office licenses in the supermarket, whether they are clean, he reveals in conversation.

Whether Intel has done a clean job, Carsten Spille knows. He has visited the processor manufacturer and was allowed to test the new mobile CPUs from the "Ice Lake" generation with 10 nm structure width.

Stefan Porteck handed over the cleaning to the technology and tested vacuum cleaner robots. How well they really suck, if that is okay with the privacy and if the robots are better in the corners than Muttis Heinzelmann you know after the uplink.

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