Google charges Microsoft's Vista is anti-competitive

06/12/2007 | Washington Post, The

Google is alleging that aspects of Microsoft's new operating system Vista are in violation of a 2002 consent decree that required Microsoft operating systems to be open to certain competitive applications. Microsoft has countered this claim, by saying the desktop search feature that is the subject of Google's complaints is not covered by the antitrust settlement, which was the culmination of an antitrust case brought by the U.S. government against Microsoft.

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