Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 4th Mar 2007 13:56 UTC, submitted by danwarne
Windows "A genuine crack for Windows Vista has just been released by pirate group Pantheon, which allows a pirated, non-activated installation of Vista (Home Basic/Premium and Ultimate) to be properly activated and made fully-operational. Unlike cracks which have been floating around since Vista RTM was released in late November, this crack doesn't simply get around product activation with beta activation files or timestop cracks - it actually makes use of the activation process."
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RE: You won't spend $200 for Vista
by Siamhie on Sun 4th Mar 2007 21:52 UTC in reply to "You won't spend $200 for Vista"
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"If Linux would cost $200 and Vista cost $200 and the only advantage of Linux is that you got source code, I would bet you that all you so called Open SOurce advocates would be running Vista."

Wrong.

Your $200 Vista will only allow you to run it on TWO types of architecture (x86/x64).

My $200 Linux will allow me to run it on 10+ different types of architectures.


Guess who's getting there money's worth?

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