Saturday, November 25, 2006

Vista and virtualization

In general, nobody reads end-user license agreements (EULAs). They are long, boring, and full of legalese that few people care to take the time to understand. Occasionally, however, unusual wordings in EULAs are used to question a company's policies and intentions, especially when that company is Microsoft. The latest round of EULA analyzing revolves around Windows Vista Home and Home Premium editions, which contain a sentence forbidding users from running that software under virtual machines. The Ultimate, Business and Enterprise editions of Vista contain no such limitation.

Read the article HERE.


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