Microsoft has drawn criticism in recent weeks from security vendors Symantec and McAfee for being reluctant to give the firms more access to some of the core elements of Windows Vista. While Microsoft has made certain concessions to placate such demands, Bill Gates said this week that Windows Vista has remained intact.
Microsoft's new flagship operating system has survived largely intact, despite concerted efforts by the company's rivals to take apart Vista through charges of antitrust violations, according to Bill Gates.
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