Windows Vista allows bypassing activation indefinitely

It looks like Brian Livingston has found a way via the Windows Registry to have Vista be able to push out the activation time by 120 days but the trick or flaw here is that with a registry tweak you can keep pushing it out by 120 days.  That means that you could possibly never need to activate Windows by using this registry tweak and command line text.

I won’t delve into it here and I’ll link you to Brian’s blog as he explains it clear as day.  But know that via a registry tweak and a command line prompt you can extend the activation of Windows Vista far past 120 days, you can extend that timeframe indefinitely.

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