Software giant Microsoft is stepping up efforts to stop software piracy, and schools that don't shape up soon might have to pay up.

The company's latest version of its Windows operating system, Windows XP, contains a technology called "product activation" that creates and stores a profile of the configuration of every PC on which you install the software. This profile allows Microsoft to "lock" each copy of Windows XP to one specific computer.


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