Windows Vista’s Reduced Functionality Mode
Now, think about it, does that look genuine?
It’s not a widely publicised feature, but users of Windows Vista who fail to properly activate their software may find themselves in Reduced Functionality Mode (RFM). In this state, you will be unable to use any of the Windows Vista Premium features like Aero Glass and ReadyBoost, nor will you be able to play any of the built-in games. Tougher still you’ll only be able to use the computer for one hour before it automatically logs you off.
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