Monday, June 11, 2007

Google complains to DoJ about Vista search

To paraphrase: Microsoft's desktop monopoly is complicating expansion of Google's search monopoly... 

Google Inc. has complained to federal antitrust officials that the search tool in Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Vista discourages customers from using its own search utility, the company confirmed Sunday.

Stories posted to the Web sites of the New York Times (registration required) and the Seattle Post-Intelligencer Saturday first revealed that Google's complaint centered on Vista's built-in desktop search software, dubbed Instant Search. Google, said both newspapers, accused Microsoft of designing Vista to discourage users from running its indexing and search software.

Google complains to DoJ about Vista search

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