Rest In Peace
- 12 Apr 2002
I don't think this is possible like you can do for products from Adobe, but, if you run into issues activating the different PC, a quick call to MS will take care of it for you.I do have a question about RTM keys.
Is there an easy to to un-register a computer? Say I want to move one computer that has Windows 7 on it to a brand new computer, how can I do that?
Win 7 seems to be quick (compared to a copy of XP that outlived 2 HD's), but the UI is horrible and a complete step backwards. MS has made it so you have to wade through countless menus to do anything. It's neither user friendly or "power user" friendly, they tried to hard to copy *nix/Apple and instead come out with a twisted up can of worms of a UI.
*edit* - if you bought into the Vista thing (aka Win 7 paid demo) the UI is the same difference.
I used to hate UAC, but then I realized what a minor tradeoff it is compared to the security benefits it provides. It's a quick and (mostly) painless way to do security.
There are plenty of ways to turn off UAC, and I always turn it off as well ... dont want or need it