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Windows 10 Can you disable pirated software and games? Probably not really

In recent days, the network has started to thrive due to the appearance of reports about the clause in the usage agreements between Microsoft and users 10, which will allow 'disable fake software and games'. Many users, who use pirated applications and others who do not, were furious at the intrusion of their alleged privacy, and declared 10 as the epitome of the old Orwellian vision about Big Brother.

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However, a number of righteous men in Sodom who tried to look into the matter a little more profoundly came back with the conclusion that the panic was probably unnecessary. The section in question is part of Microsoft's use-of-service agreements that include personal courtesy Cortana, Skype, the Xbox Live service, the new Windows App Store and the games that Microsoft distributes - but these are not the general agreements for Greater 10.

Under the wording of the section, there seems to be no claim and intent to actively scan all of your computer files for the purpose of detecting and neutralizing pirated elements, but a general warning that applications included in the above use agreement (as mentioned in the previous paragraph) may be updated automatically, and if they are version based Piracy and "fake" - the same updates may disable or "break" them, just like any potential update for pirated applications in any Wherever it is.

This section has not yet been found in any of the Microsoft agreements with which you give it access to scan all the files on your system to identify any content it does not allow
This section has not yet been found in any of the usage agreements , Where you give it access to scan all the files on your system to identify any content it does not approve

Can we go back to sleep at night? Let's hope so.

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  1. As if hackers are asking for permission.
    And for that matter we were the same, both can do
    The computer has what they deserve.

  2. "Unauthorized hardware peripheral devices" and what should it be?

    Receivers Expectations for the XBOX remote e.g.

  3. And who gives them permission to prevent me from using such a thing when I bought it? If they have a problem they will sue the manufacturer of the imitation

  4. "Updates that disable access to unauthorized service, software and hardware." This is not a name for accidentally breaking a non-QA driver, but rather a comment about updates designed to prevent the user from using such services / software / hardware

    Unnecessary panic. Anyone who does not mind is not supposed to panic, who should not use Windows 10

  5. And who gives them permission to prevent me from using such a thing when I bought it? If they have a problem they will sue the manufacturer of the imitation
    This was from the start a problematic business that required manual installation of Device in My Computer's Manage.
    
    
    - - - Unified response: - - -
    
    
    "Updates that disable access to unauthorized service, software and hardware." This is not a name for accidentally breaking a driver who has not passed QA, but rather a comment about updates aimed at preventing the user from using such services / software / hardware as unnecessary panic. Anyone who does not disturb should not panic, who should not use Windows 10
    I don't see a reason to use WIN10 for now. You have a more stable operating system.
  6. Manually installing Device is not a sign of the problem

    If the driver does not come with Windows, it is provided by the manufacturer of the hardware on CD / download from a site and installed manually. The driver itself is an inf file (and sometimes some additional files), the manufacturer can pack them into the installer, but if it is not, for that it has the MANAGE for manual installation

    Wouldn't you expect a Colt Xbox imitation driver to come if the Windus? O_o

    After the first period of updates, Windows 10 will be stable, and the assertion of stability will no longer be a reason not to install it

    Without the claim of stability, does it seem normal to you that an operating system you have installed checks if you can do anything rather than do it without questions?

    (No problem if the operating system fails due to a bug or malfunction - like a driver that has not passed QA and is not compatible with the new update, the question is when the operating system is intentionally preventing it)

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