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Upgrades should be the release of new software (or hardware) which genuinely fixes old problems and introduces new (and tested) functionality. Unfortunately, upgrades can become a clever means of charging customers for the functionality which they should have had when they first purchased the product! Normally, where a product has reported bugs and problems, the software vendor will release a patch.

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