Windows Vista features have been added to the mix of pirated Windows XP copies. One of the freshest bootlegged copies of Windows XP is in fact a Windows Vista symbiont, because
it brings to the desktop components specific of the latest operating system from Microsoft.
Vista features are integrated as an incentive to determine users to select download and deploy the pirated copy of Windows XP. The Windows Vista RTM sidebar is at the top of the "extra" details that this variant of Windows XP contains. The pirated operating system also comes with a collection of gadgets designed to bundle seamlessly with the Vista sidebar. But the offerings do not stop at this.
The pirated version of Windows XP is also designed to deliver a user experience comparable to that of Windows Vista. In this context, the download will provide users with access to the Windows Vista Aero Style Glass and variants of the Aero graphical user interface. Hackers have stopped at nothing to make this copy of Windows XP as appealing to unsuspecting users as possible.
Even outside of Windows Vista, the fact of the matter is that Windows XP is just a foundation. The download contains such a large volume of code that Windows XP manages to slip in the background. Together with the Windows platform, users will not only be able to access a taste of Windows Vista but also the Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise, Adobe Photoshop Creative Suite 2, Nod32, Nero Premium Full, and the list can go on in this manner. The complete pirated product, together with the additional software, weighs in at over a few thousands dollars.
Obviously, you will not get a download link from Softpedia, moreover you will not even get the name of the illegal copy of Windows XP. The reason is simple and the authors reveal it themselves. Items of the download are identified as viruses, because it's obvious that the malicious code is the centerpiece of the offering and not Windows XP.