Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Microsoft sued over "Windows Vista Capable"

[Will there ever be a day when MS does not make the news] The problem, from the plaintiffs' perspective, is that Windows Vista Capable meant only that the machines had the ability to run Windows Vista Home Basic. This, the most basic version of Vista, doesn't support the Aero interface or plenty of other desirable goodies, and the plaintiffs claim that Home Basic "is not the 'real' Vista marketed by Microsoft." The entire OS version was little more than a "gimmick" that kept sales of XP-equipped laptops strong in the holiday season before Vista's launch.

Read the article HERE.


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