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Prey: Open source theft recovery

Prey: Open source theft recovery

Posted Jul 15, 2011 3:47 UTC (Fri) by Hausvib6 (guest, #70606)
In reply to: Prey: Open source theft recovery by grg
Parent article: Prey: Open source theft recovery

And the cool (and ironic) thing is those pirated Windows installer image often include slipstreamed updates, drivers for various common devices (from nvidia, realtek, amd, intel, etc.), alternative applications (Firefox, Chrome, etc.), even latest Microsoft Office, and no need to activate Windows. Usually the torrent name is something something AIO (All in One).

So, being a thief (of physical thing), comitting copyright infringement is surely guilt-free.


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Prey: Open source theft recovery

Posted Jul 15, 2011 15:41 UTC (Fri) by bronson (subscriber, #4806) [Link]

That's good to know. I've never used a torrented copy of Windows but that sounds waaay easier than MSDN or original install disks.

As always, pirate user experience FTW!


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