“Sad Day” that’s how the creators and maintainers of the AutoPacther project described the date at their official website. Yesterday morning an Internet Investigator representing Microsoft called Antonis Kaladis one of the head coders in charge of the project demanding immediate cease of all activities with Autopatcher Kaladis and other coders in charge immediately complied however many in the internet tech community; specially Windows enthusiasts have been outraged by this Microsoft action. Autopatcher allowed users to update their computers without requiring an internet connection; the project had been active for years with the support of Neowin.net and counted with over 40,000 distributed copies monthly, it had recently also been featured in the way of free CDs in prestigious PC magazines worldwide.
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