N/APosted on - 11/08/2011
Imagine you are employed by a company which has a dual – CPU system which runs on Windows XP Professional and you are to manage this system. Now imagine there are quite a number of programs which are running simultaneously and you are bothered by the effects on performance which is brought about by third party software services.
Now the big question is how will you distinguish between those Non-MS origin services from the rest of the programs, for aims of trouble shooting?
Your ideas might really help.
How to distinguish non-ms origin services
To ensure you don't get into the trap of dealing with Microsoft's products that are not genuine then ensure whenever you want to purchase any Microsoft product you either buy it from Microsoft straight, from a local Microsoft or an online retail shop.
To know whether your product is genuine it should have certificate of Authentication, this are normally stickers which are stuck on your products when you get them.
Another thing to look for is an edge to edge hologram which never lacks on genuine Microsoft products.
Another thing to look for is the proof of license lebel, you will never be wrong if you check that all this are present on your products.