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Microsoft to have used a pirated version of Sound Forge?

Posted on Saturday, November 13 2004 @ 15:11:03 CET by

Some reports have appeared yesterday that one of the audio files included with Windows XP has been made with a pirated version..
Today I started using a library for inputting/outputting to sound files (wav, aiff, whatever). There's a test program that comes with the library to query files. To see if I had compiled everything OK I decided to check it out. I searched for .wav files on my hard drive. First thing I came across was the the Windows Tour files (which ship with Windows XP). Here's what the utility outputted
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