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Tuesday, March 21, 2000
MS office 2000 SR-1 Antipiracy features


As many of you know, MS has released the long-awaited SR-1 for Office 2000. We have received LOT's of mails about the antipiracy measures that will be incorporated into it. Here's what we have found out so far:

Updating current office 2000 installs to SR-1, by either using the (free)Cd-Rom, or downloading it, WILL NOT install any antipiracy measures. However, those buying a new SR-1 version of office 2k will get the cd's with the cool holo's printed on them, and ofcourse, the rest of (not so cool) antipiracy features.



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