Vista content protection cripples PCs

I was directed yesterday to a very interesting article on the subject of content protection in the new Windows Vista and how it is increasing the cost of hardware and increasing the likelyhood a user will have problems with audio and graphics output as a result of content protection measures inbuilt into Vista.

All sources are creditied and despite seeming to be biased in places the article is actually very fair given the information available. You can read it on the link above. Comments on this would be most welcome.

   

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  1. Kieran Said,

    January 23, 2007 @ 2:22 pm

    The BBC have now written an article on Vista content protection based on extracts from the article I have linked to above.

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