Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 13th Oct 2006 13:40 UTC, submitted by Flatline
Windows Microsoft has released licenses for the Windows Vista operating system that dramatically differ from those for Windows XP in that they limit the number of times that retail editions can be transferred to another device and ban the two least-expensive versions from running in a virtual machine. The new licenses, which were highlighted by the Vista team on its official blog Tuesday, add new restrictions to how and where Windows can be used.
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by billnvd on Fri 13th Oct 2006 14:35 UTC in reply to "YES!!"
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Yeah, that is my opinion as well. Let MS just keep treating the customer base like liars and thieves. I take personal joy every time I get a call that WGA has killed another Licensed Box. Some we have been able to get worked out with MS, some just say "So, what about Linux, can I use it?".

Keep it coming MS, you are making my life easier every day.

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