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The software maker announced earlier today that Windows 10 will be launching this summer in 190 countries, with the vendor focusing its attention on China.Lenovo has committed to rolling out the Windows 10 upgrade to its customers as soon as it becomes available, as well as stating that it would launch its first Windows Phone over the summer.Which doesn’t explain exactly what Microsoft would consider “unauthorized”. This could be things like modified controllers (intended to gain an unfair advantage) or non-certified PC controllers. The Microsoft Services Agreement states, in no unclear terms, which products, websites and services it covers.The list of the services covers many of Microsoft's services, including Skype, One Drive, Office 365, Xbox, etc. The closest it comes to gaming is with Xbox and with Windows Games published by Microsoft.So, no, Windows 10 won't "automatically check your version of the software and download software updates or configuration changes, including those that prevent you from accessing the Services, playing counterfeit games, or using unauthorized hardware peripheral devices".It has no right to do so, based on the Windows EULA.
The thing is that the Microsoft Services Agreement and the Windows EULA are two entirely different documents.Microsoft quashed its Windows Live Games in support of Steam with Windows 10.While Microsoft blocking pirated games/software seems understandable but its unclear what Microsoft means by ‘unauthorised hardware peripheral devices’.Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) is an anti-infringement system created by Microsoft that enforces online validation of the licensing of several recent Microsoft Windows operating systems when accessing several services, such as Windows Update, and downloading Windows components from the Microsoft Download Center.In Windows 7, WGA is renamed Windows Activation Technologies.
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No version of Windows has faced so much scrutiny as Windows 10. Yes, Microsoft is gathering an alarming amount of personal information. On August 13th, published a post with a clickbait-y title regarding pirated games on Windows 10. Microsoft invading our Windows 10 PC, searching for pirated games and software and disabling it at will. mentions that "Updated EULA terms let Microsoft invade your Windows 10 computer".