Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
Are you wanting to make a virtual copy of a DVD for usage later, or watch a movie by downloading it off the internet? If you buy software designed to circumvent the copy-protection built into today's DVD movies, you're going to spend a lot of money doing so, and filmmakers always change / update their copy-protection procedures and the software won't be able to keep up. One way to watch movies on your PC (that I personally use) is VONGO, which is video-on-the-go abbreviated. Vongo works well, and is relatively inexpensive.
There may be other services that do the same (or similar) thing(s) but I know Vongo is a good service, and no, I don't get paid anything to endorse them. It is easy to use and many movies are free.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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