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People taking the bar exam in Tennessee won't be able to use certain Microsoft Surface devices (MSFT)

Business Insider Monday, 19 June 2017
People taking the bar exam in Tennessee won't be able to use certain Microsoft Surface devices (MSFT)The Tennessee state bar has prohibited examinees from bringing their Surface Book and Surface Pro devices to the bar exam next month. Test-takers with laptops using the Windows 10 Creator update, on the other hand, will have to make some adjustments, The Verge reports.

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