Commission concerned about Vista security

Thursday, 14 September 2006, 11:23 AM EST

Microsoft has fallen foul of the European Commission yet again over plans for its Vista operating system.

The European Commission is concerned that the tech giant's plans to include certain security features in its new operating system goes against competition regulations, mainly that the included security features will lock out competitors from providing alternatives for consumers.

At Reg developer.

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