Ken Sims wrote:

> One of the main things ... the whole OS is spyware.  By default, XP will
> report a lot of the things you do to MicroSoft.  It can be turned off, but
> you have to know how.

So tell me how. <g>

> Also, if you make significant hardware changes, the OS will decide that you
> have installed it on a new system, requiring you to contact MicroSoft and
> persuade them that it's still on the same system and to give you a new
> license key.  Otherwise, after some period of time, the OS will stop working.

That part stinks.

--
-Jeff

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