Brian Livingston wrote a very controversial article in his Windows Secrets newsletter last week. The article was titled “Get Vista upgrade, never pay full price” and discusses how you can use an upgrade version of Vista to do a clean install of Microsoft’s new version of Windows. Upgrades are meant to install over Windows XP […]
A story on Engadget discusses how a malicious website can take over your Windows Vista computer with speech recognition enabled. Also, you have to see this video on YouTube.
According to an article at PCWorld.com there has already been a Windows Vista hack. I can’t say that I’m surprised. The hack lets users of the corporate version of Vista forgo activation of the new Windows operating system.