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Submission + - 'Vista Capable' lawsuit now deemed as class-action (nwsource.com)

Anonymous Coward writes: "from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer:
"In a blow to Microsoft Corp., a federal judge granted class-action status to a lawsuit late Friday alleging that Microsoft unjustly enriched itself by promoting PCs as "Windows Vista Capable" even when they could only run a bare-bones version of the operating system, called 'Vista Home Basic.'" Microsoft at the 2006 holiday spree had placed a "Windows Vista Capable" sticker to keep the sale of Windows XP machines up. The article then goes on to explain the entire litany surrounding the case."

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'Vista Capable' lawsuit now deemed as class-action

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