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 Apr 26, 2006 - 11:43 AM - by Michael
* Windows Genuine Nagware

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As of the latest update, Windows will now drop a popup window on you every few minutes if they "think" your copy of Windows isn't licensed.

The windows will also kill your ability to get needed security updates.

The Inquirer has more:

Microsoft says that every time a notification is displayed, the user will receive detailed information about the specific validation failure. The information includes steps that can be taken to resolve the problem.

These don't seem to include, "try Linux instead".

 

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