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Old 16th September 2005, 17:32   #1
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The reason Microsoft came out with this version of the OS is simply to offer a low cost alternative to curb piracy, but if you ask me, this is one thing that will, if anything, encourage piracy. A lot of people will see the software, use it and when they like what they see but with limitations, they would invariably hit Google with a crack search string.

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