Monday, April 30, 2007

WGA Team, What Have You Done Now?

I was not a fan of the rollout of the WGA (Windows Genuine Advantage) Tool for installation on computers that had been purchased many years ago and already validated through other means. However, I expected that WGA would be incorporated in any licensed version of Windows Vista and accept that as part of the Windows Vista license.

The story linked below, however, certainly implies that the WGA Team has sunk to a new low. Please tell me there was a mistake.

WGA - The “A” stands for Advertisments by ZDNet's Adrian Kingsley-Hughes -- Just when you think that WGA can't possibly get any worse, it suddenly does.


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