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Microsoft alters Vista desktop search to please Google

Posted on Thursday, June 21 2007 @ 01:03:15 CEST by


After complaints from Google, Microsoft agreed to make changes to the desktop search feature in Windows Vista:
In a filing made jointly with the Justice Department on Tuesday night, Microsoft said it would change the search feature as part of the first service pack to Windows Vista. In the filing, Microsoft talked for the first time about when that service pack would arrive, saying a beta version will come by the end of the year.

Under the agreement, Microsoft will create a mechanism whereby both computer makers and individuals will be able to choose a default desktop search program, much as they can choose a rival browser or media player, even though those technologies are built into Windows.
More info at ZD Net.


 



 

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