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We will update, if we hear something from Microsoft regarding deletion or disabling of Pirated Software’s or Games.Microsoft earlier this week clarified that all versions of Windows, both legitimate and illegitimate, receive security updates – and that policy will carry over to Windows 7.Windows XP was the company's first operating system to introduce software activation to verify license keys, but it was quickly defeated using a corporate license key that many pirates shared on the internet back in 2001.Software activation has evolved throughout various versions of Windows, but pirates have largely managed to bypass it each time.A non-genuine Windows XP system can only access updates through Automatic Updates, but not through the update websites.Microsoft said that it won’t be changing this policy for Windows 7, meaning that pirates will still be as protected as legit users.Certain updates and software may be blocked at Microsoft’s discretion, such as value-adding updates and non-security-related software.
As per by belief, until Microsoft starts pitching Windows 10 services to users, there is no point to worry about using any kind of Software or Games.Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for Windows 7 and Windows 8 users this summer, but Microsoft is also extending its offer to software pirates."We are upgrading all qualified PCs, genuine and non-genuine, to Windows 10," says Terry Myerson, Microsoft’s Windows chief, in an interview with Reuters.Although another worth noting point is, if Microsoft shall publicly tell users how they’re going to determine, probably users shall find a crack to stop Microsoft from doing any intervention in their computers.However it won’t be difficult for Microsoft to check if you’re accessing services of Steam through illegal ways or probably using a pirated anti-virus copy.
Do you know why Microsoft don’t allow stopping automatic updates in Windows 10?