Microsoft has agreed to make changes to its upcoming Windows Vista operating system to satisfy regulators in the European Union. Despite the changes, it will still deliver Vista on schedule, it said today.
The company had earlier warned that Vista might be delayed in Europe because of regulatory authorities' concerns about the impact of the operating system on competition, but following what it described as "constructive dialogue" with competition authorities, it said today that it expected to release the software on schedule.
European Windows Vista to arrive on time
Posted on Monday, Oct 16 2006 @ 02:44 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck