Ruling delivers victory to Windows Vista Capable suit

Is this the last gasp for the Windows Vista Capable lawsuit? A federal judge this afternoon gave Microsoft a key victory in a case best known for disclosing internal company emails in which executives privately groused about the flagship PC operating system. U.S. District Judge Marsha Pechman wrote in her ruling (18 pages) that the […]

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Is this the last gasp for the Windows Vista Capable lawsuit? A federal judge this afternoon gave Microsoft a key victory in a case best known for disclosing internal company emails in which executives privately groused about the flagship PC operating system. U.S. District Judge Marsha Pechman wrote in her ruling (18 pages) that the allegations raise "a host of individualized questions" that would make it unreasonable to try the case on behalf of a large group of consumers, reports Todd Bishop.

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