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devonwoody

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I see Mickey has posted a new agreement re its services to me and I suppose all windows users.

I did not click on the link "here" because the choice looked to be either accept or FO.

So did you read the new terms?
 

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I don't read anything MS ever send out and only ever bother to install windows updates the I not MS feel are "critical". Never have problems over 4 machines using XP, VISTA (now gone) and 7

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devonwoody":55e1jyi2 said:
So did you read the new terms?
Haven't even seen them.

Are you talking about new terms for Microsoft services like outlook.com/hotmail email, or are you talking about new terms for Windows itself?

If it's the former, it won't affect all Windows users by far - but if it's the latter, I'd consider the email likely to be a scam. Microsoft doesn't send out new terms for Windows users, the license remains the same that you would have agreed to when you installed/activated the computer.
 
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