EU Fields Windows Vista Antitrust Concerns

"The European Union’s antitrust division confirmed Monday that it’s monitoring concerns about Microsoft’s Windows Vista similar to complaints voiced by companies to the U.S. Department of Justice.

Last week, federal and state prosecutors in the United States said that they’d received at least one official complaint about Vista’s "Welcome Center," a new interface that appears when users start the PC for the first time, as well as an unspecified number of other complaints. Justice’s oversight group, called the Technical Committee, regularly reports to the federal judge charged with making sure Microsoft complies with the 2002 antitrust settlement with the U.S. government, and subsequent settlements with various states.

The complaint filed with the Department of Justice was over Vista’s Welcome Center, which appears the first time the machine is turned on, and the fact that PC makers find it difficult to make changes to those screens."

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