Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Microsoft Agrees to Vista Change - WSJ.com

I'm sure Apple will follow suit "real soon now..." 

Under the compromise, Microsoft agreed to allow more ways for PC users to access competitors' desktop search programs, according to the report. The company will create a way for users to set their PC to default to a search program of their choosing. So, for instance, users could set the "Search" button under the Start menu of a Vista PC to always use Google's desktop search program. Microsoft also agreed to provide PC makers and software makers information on how to write desktop search programs to run more smoothly on Vista PCs.

Microsoft Agrees to Vista Change - WSJ.com

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