Comments:Windows 7 gets 'early release' in China; software pirates beat Microsoft to the punch
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Why would anyone buy Windows, when Microsoft reserves the right to exclude lawful owners from their own software? Do you want to check with Microsoft every single time you need to install your copy of Windows. Microsoft has no respect for their customers; I won't be buying windows 7.
China steals all the time
I've noticed that the majority prefers Mac OS. I don't really mind that. But somebody should put a stop to the piracy! Who knows what kind of spyware is on that program? --AquaTeen13 (talk) 13:14, 24 October 2009 (UTC)