Vista, IE7 Clear of US Antitrust Concerns

The Justice Department will not be going after Microsoft for any antitrust concerns with Windows Vista or Internet Explorer 7. The government agency said Tuesday in a report that it could find no issues in either product. In addition, it said the technical committee in conjunction with Microsoft was offering an application to help competitors make their programs Vista-ready.

This would allow competing Web browsers, as well as e-mail, IM, and media clients to seamlessly become the default applications within the operating system. The report also indicated that the company was making progress on required documentation, although concern remained that the project was not remaining on-track.


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