Microsoft TAP causing friction despite spec boost

Doug Woodburn
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Some local system builders think presence of old stock is continuing to undermine subsidised schools PC scheme

Microsoft's Technology Access Programme (TAP) is still causing discord in parts of the channel despite a recent increase in the range of devices that qualify for the subsidised schools PC scheme. ...

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