Way back in June of 2011, I installed on my iMac (through bootcamp) a special copy of Windows 7... a 30 day free trial downloaded from this website to be precise. I then mounted that .iso file on to a blank disk and successfully installed the downloaded operating system on to my iMac. I was able to continue using Windows 7 past the 30 days of the trial by using the guide on this website which effectively let me keep Windows 7 on the iMac for closer to 4 months total. Once those 4 months were over, I couldn't rearm the 30 day trial any more... so I formatted the Windows 7 partition of the iMac's hard drive and then reinstalled the exact same 30 day trial of Windows 7 using the exact same disk, and now the whole process with re-arming Windows 7 starts for another 4 months. All my data from the first time I installed Windows 7 was saved on my Macbook before I formatted it to, so I didn't really loose anything either. I still have Windows 7 on my iMac today and can access it at any time through bootcamp. In other words, I believe I have found a way to enjoy the benefits of Windows 7 (i.e. play Skyrim) on my iMac with minimal hassle and without paying Microsoft a dime to use the software they're charging people over $100 to use. And this has made me fearful that one day a very angry Steve Balmer will knock down my door and scream at me terrifyingly, or I will be sued by Microsoft. Do my fears have any grounds in reality given this situation? TL;DR: I've found a loophole to get Windows 7 for free. Is this a violation of some law that can get me in trouble?