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NPR's Scott Horsley has a report on today's release of Microsoft's latest operating system, called "Windows XP." XP includes features that will help users do things like print digital photos or get music online — from Microsoft's business partners. Critics say that's an attempt at monopolizing businesses the software giant hasn't previously been involved with. But Microsoft says it's just making the best product it can.

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