Futile? Doesn't Microsoft care about what the tech community has to say?
Chances are, if you're referring to the same tech community that regularly reads sites like this one, Microsoft could care less. The more I read on the web, the more I see a generally arrogant and naive stance being taken by a lot of people bashing Microsoft's tactics with its new OS. Don't get me wrong; I don't like the XP activation scheme at all. But I understand why Microsoft is doing it, and why nothing you or I can do will change any of that. Read on to see what I mean...
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