Microsoft overhauls Online Antipiracy Resources

Microsoft has overhauled its online antipiracy resources on December 9, 2008, the redesigned Genuine Microsoft Software website went online featuring a style intimately connected with the redesign suffered by the official Windows.com earlier this year. The new look and feel is now more consistent with other Microsoft sites, such as Windows.com. We've also added site navigation […]

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Microsoft has overhauled its online antipiracy resources on December 9, 2008, the redesigned Genuine Microsoft Software website went online featuring a style intimately connected with the redesign suffered by the official Windows.com earlier this year. The new look and feel is now more consistent with other Microsoft sites, such as Windows.com. We've also added site navigation to the top of the page, so people will be able to find the information they're looking for more quickly and easily. Reporting piracy is also easier, including the process of applying for a complimentary replacement kit if you have been sold counterfeit software, Alex Kochis.

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