Microsoft’s Vista piracy problem could grow by John 2/05/2008 | 5:18 0 Posted in Microsoft With Windows Vista, Microsoft took an extremely tough stand on piracy. Computers that were not properly activated within a short period of time went into a virtually unusable state known as “reduced functionality mode.” In the newly released Service Pack 1, however, Microsoft is softening its stance somewhat. The reduced functionality mode is gone, and in its place, a series of warnings and visual indications that a computer is not running a genuine copy of Windows…read full story Tags:longhorn, microsoft windows vista, operating systems, windows Related Posts What’s My Windows Experience Index Score? The Windows Experience Index (WEI) score is meant to provide you some performance information A Guide to the New Features in Windows 7 After 3 years of hearing us complain about Windows Vista, Microsoft was fully aware Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Name * Email * Website Sign up to Tips and Tech News Updates!