Vista meets antitrust rules

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Vista meets antitrust rules

Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system doesn’t pose antitrust issues so far, according to the latest status report on Microsoft’s compliance with the U.S. antitrust settlement.

The company has addressed all of the bugs identified relating to how third-party middleware software interacts with Vista, according to the report, filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C.

Read the complete story here. (PC World)