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Wow so trying to help private programming businesses with this information gives me a bad post. Guess i wont try to help anybody here.

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Yeah there is also DreamSpark which is handy for students. A bit more accessible than MSDNAA and has a good selection, but slightly more retrictive. DreamSpark has all the full versions for free.

And i dont know why you got a -, its a new system, so some people have been delibertely trying to break it .... ill give you a + :)

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