Windows 10 is Fighting Piracy

Microsoft recently updated it’s End User License Agreement. The update gives Microsoft the ability to remotely disable pirated software on a Windows 10 computer. However, it looks like this just applies to Windows Store and Xbox Live content. The user agreement states that Microsoft can scan a users computer for pirated games and software. It is good that Microsoft is cracking down on piracy. Windows 10 forces users to download updates. This makes the user follow the End User Agreement. In past versions of Windows there was an option to disable updates. What do you think about Microsoft going after pirates?

Source: Windows Central

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