Microsoft will change Vista to meet EU requirements

Wednesday, 31 January 2007, 12:11 PM EST

As Windows Vista appeared in computer stores worldwide, Microsoft Corp. said Tuesday that part of the design of the new operating system is the work of the European Commission.

"Following discussions with European Commission, Microsoft committed to make a number of changes to the Windows Vista operating system prior to release," the software maker said in a statement, pointing to three functions of the operating system: security, search and fixed document formats.

At Network World.

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