Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> Details trickle out about EC Vista probe
> ,----[ Quote ]
> | The Commission said earlier this month that it
> | does have concerns about Microsoft Vista but
> | declined to give full details of those concerns
> | because of the "delicate legal situation"
> | surrounding the Vista anticompetition debate.
> | Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes discussed
> | the situation with Microsoft's chief executive,
> | Steve Ballmer, in August, when she warned that
> | the Commission could not give Vista a "green
> | light" before it was launched.
More bleeding flashing popups, how do the MS users get through a day without
some stress therapy? Then she says MS intended that the user wouldn't be
able to switch them off, so if they had chosen a security product from
anyone not MS or not reccomended by MS, the pop ups would carry on day
after day year after year.
I presume that means that if MS users choose Symantec or MsAfee the popups
will harrass them to an early grave for being so insolent. Use Firefox as a
browser and perhaps MS will pop up 1/2 a dozen yellow windows proclaiming
you a bastard for not using IE7.
I wonder what the penalty is then for attaching to a Linux fileserver?