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I have Adobe Photoshop CS2 installed on two Macs (PowerBook and iMac).. I'm allowed to remove the license from a machine and activate it on another.. A very simple method and limits piracy a lot.. <br><br>MS with all their cleaver ways of ripping off other technologies couldn't do that? Poor MS users.. <br><br><br>www.waleedsgallery.biz<br>
Oh man..reading the whole article sure does make MS look even worse:<br><br>"Microsoft is also making some other changes as far as virtualization goes. Although any Windows version can serve as the primary, or host, operating system, only the Business and Ultimate versions of Vista can run as guest operating systems in virtualization. In Windows XP, each virtual instance of the OS required a separate license, but there were no restrictions on which versions could act as guests."<br><br>
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