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The Tennessee Board of Law Examiners is keeping ahead of the curve when it comes to making sure people taking their state bar exam aren’t able to cheat. The software used for the bar exams, SofTest, isn’t compatible with the Windows 10 Creators Update or any Surface Book other than a Surface Pro. Anyone looking to use these computers will have to make certain changes to their compatibility settings and sign an addendum to their already existing Laptop Agreement.
Full story by Andrew Liptak via TheVerge.com