Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 5th Jun 2008 23:19 UTC, submitted by estherschindler
Windows While I can personally attest for the gains Microsoft made when it comes to Windows Vista's performance between its release-to-manufacture November 2006 and now, there is no denying the fact that Vista simply isn't made for running on lower-specced computers. In addition, while Vista brings interesting new features and massive overhauls of many subsystems, a lot of people simply don't like it. Sadly for them, Windows XP is going out-of-sale 30 June. However, there are plenty of loopholes - PC World listed them.
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RE: Move
by stabbyjones on Fri 6th Jun 2008 04:57 UTC in reply to "Move"
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i think it was more like:
"we do what the MPAA wants even though we should ideally have control over how our own products work."

you could always just activate now and make a ghost image for it. whether they shut it off or not you've always got an activated image to use.

activation cracks work effortlessly on both and if you get a corp image (for xp) there isn't activation at all.

if you don't look out though in a few years you'll end up working on an xp "haiku". ;)

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