so it is pirated... It's being used outside the terms of the license which means it's pirated.
If your friend is allowed to use the software his company bought at home that doesn't mean he's allowed to give it away to others (which IS piracy).
And quite often companies tell employees it's OK to use software from work at home when in fact the company doesn't have the licenses to allow that, in which case the company is also pirating the software.
Just because you didn't download it from some cracker site or bought a CD with pirated stuff doesn't mean it's not piracy what you're doing.
OK....now its quite clear to me to. Well, I got Flash from my school, there's subject Multimedia, I think educational licence, won't make it pirated. So I just need to get my Visual Studio unistalled, perhaps, Visual C++ Express and a free Resource editor is sufficent for me.
Anyway, we should continue with he topic to which this forum is dedicated to.