Version 2.2 (12/28/2012)
* Fixed Xen detection
* Fixed a small issue with some decoded keys
* Pressing the delete key will now remove the OEM picture
* Other minor tweaks and fixes
This is the loader application that's used by millions of people worldwide, well known for passing Microsoft's WAT (Windows Activation Technologies) and is arguably the safest Windows activation exploit ever created. The application itself injects a SLIC (System Licensed Internal Code) into your system before Windows boots; this is what fools Windows into thinking it's genuine.
The things you might want to know
It works on 32-bit and 64-bit systems
It's compatible with Windows 7 SP1 and all system updates
It's compatible with all system languages
It can be used to pre-activate Windows
It allows you to install custom OEM information
It features application integrity checking
It supports hidden partitions and some complex setups
It can work alongside Linux's GRUB or any other boot manager
It works with VMware, VirtualBox and Hyper-V
It works with most hard drive encryption software e.g. TrueCrypt or BitLocker
It allows you to add your own certificates and serials externally
It will install just the certificate and serial for users with an existing SLIC 2.1
It features automated system profiling (The application matches everything up for you)
It won't modify any system files
It runs before Windows is launched
No extra processes are run so you have nothing eating at your RAM
All How many of you
are currently using Windows 8. For an operating system viewed to be a failure,
it’s astonishing really that 73 percent (2,052) say you have the OS installed.
Of course BetaNews readers like to have the latest hardware and software, so
maybe its adoption shouldn’t be that much of a revelation.
pointing out that the numbers could be slightly skewed because users of Windows
8 will be more likely to respond to a survey about Windows 8.1 than users of
another operating system, including Windows 7 or XP.
That said, it’s
still a very healthy percentage of you using Windows 8, which Microsoft will no
doubt be happy about.
Of the 73 percent
who say they have Windows 8 installed, 56 percent (1,156) say they intend to
install the preview upon its release. 41 percent (848) plan to be more cautious
and wait for the full, stable version later in the year. 2 percent (48), for
whatever reason, have no plans to install the OS update.
4 percent of the
total number of poll responders (107) say at this point they don’t know if they
will be installing Windows 8.1 or not. There’s no way of knowing how many of
those uncertain voters already have Windows 8, but it’s unlikely to be many.
Of the 23 percent
(650) of total responders not using Windows 8, a large 73 percent (478) say
they have no intention of upgrading to Windows 8.1, suggesting Microsoft’s
changes don’t go far enough, or those people simply don’t like the direction of
the new OS. 26 percent (172) do, however, feel the concessions are enough to
persuade them to join the tiled side.
are some interesting comments to go with the poll responses.
key parts of the loader are encrypted with a custom encryption
Every user has a unique version of the loader installed on his or her system
Supported operating systems
|Windows 8 genuine Activator by tordigger/Torrent downloaded from 1337x.org.txt||40.00 b|
|Windows 8 genuine Activator by tordigger/Windows 8 genuine Activator by tordigger-setup.exe||8.56 Mb|