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    I recently read that win10 may be required for continuing support on skylake processors or newer ones in the pipeline. I had not upgraded from 8.1 to 10 because I always wait for the dust to settle on a new OS. But now I am reconsidering based on the skylake issue. If I do a new cpu + motherboard (skylake) am I better off upgrading the existing cpu + motherboard before I upgrade parts or after ? Perhaps these new parts may cause win10 to see my upgraded computer as a "new pc" and not work due to potential licensing issues regardless of when I upgrade the hardware ?
    01-25-2016 03:01 PM

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