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The Windows Genuine Advantage Validation Tool is a system that was designed and created by Microsoft in order to implement online validation of their most recent operating systems.In one of the more recent operating systems, Windows 7, the Windows Genuine Advantage (WGA) Validation Tool is renamed to Activation Technologies.This tool (WGA) is made up of two components: The WGA Notification is able to validate Windows XP/Vista/7 & 8 operating systems only.The Active X Control on the other hand, is able to validate all of the above including Windows 2000.

If you choose to decline the install, then the operating system will never ask you to install the update again.Once the license terms and installation process has been completed, you will be greeted with the occasional update, relevant to your version of Windows.After the installation is complete, the tool will run its validation process in order to verify whether or not your copy of Windows is genuine.If your copy of Windows is found not to be genuine, then when you next restart the computer, you will be presented with various notifications.The notifications will inform you that your copy of Windows is not genuine and then present you with the appropriate option(s) to resolve it.However, if your operating system passes the validation process, then you won’t be greeted with any notification.

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