Wednesday, August 30, 2006


The Microsoft technology which restricts the use of the music on your computer was cracked: thanks to the free software FairUse4WM. I remind you that when you buy music on Napster, you cannot copy it freely, this restriction is due to a DRM (DIGITAL Rights Management). But the FairUse4WM software makes it possible to make away this protection only if your DRM reside in separated files… Some among us have an unlimited subscription of music (for a fixed bill per month, you can download music as much as you want), the music thus downloaded were protected by the DRM but with FairUse4WM, this will be several Go of music who will be soon on the Internet. Here to Download

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