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If you didn’t keep your ear to the page this weekend, especially regarding the news that relates to how Microsoft will allow — or not!— folks that pirated previous versions of Windows to get, or not, Windows 10, I am here to help.However, you can’t stop poetry in motion, and you also can’t write a better story than reality, so to save time, here’s ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley from earlier today: See that bottom line?
Verizon is acquiring AOL for an estimated per share, which brings the total value of the transaction to .4 billion.
As far as the reporter class goes, Foley is akin to Nostradamus on the Microsoft beat.
So, if she is still twisted, things make as much sense as that scene from Anyhoo, it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise that people who pirated Windows won’t get the free ride to Windows 10.
Microsoft is remaking itself, but not at so rapid a clip that it intends to give away what literally built its business. But not officially for pirates, because that just wouldn’t convert.
Mojo Kid writes with this excerpt from Hot Hardware: We learned this weekend that AOL's dial-up business still has over 2 million customers who pay on average just under per month for service.
While you might expect me to say, "good news, the software giant has fixed the problem", in fact what Microsoft has done is switch the update from "optional", to "recommended".