Microsoft agrees to Vista search changes
Microsoft will alter Windows Vista to allow users to more easily use third-party desktop search programs such as Google Desktop. The concession comes as a response to Google's complaint under the 2002 consent decree that ended the US government's antitrust action against Microsoft. Although a Federal assistant attorney general had discouraged state attorneys general from acting on Google's complaint, it seems his intervention fell on deaf ears.
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