Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 4th Jun 2006 12:59 UTC
Microsoft Microsoft is making changes to the next versions of both Office and Windows as part of an effort to head off a legal challenge from Adobe Systems. Microsoft said earlier Friday that it expects an antitrust suit from Adobe after months of negotiations in which the companies failed to reach an accord. The software maker is unilaterally making changes to both Office 2007 and Windows Vista in an effort to assuage some of Adobe's concerns. More important, the move is an attempt to lower the chances that an injunction could stop Microsoft from shipping those products.
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RE: Typical
by Symgeosis on Sun 4th Jun 2006 15:45 UTC in reply to "Typical"
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"Whats this got to do with the consumer? They are simply defending their sales."

Generally, the two (sales and consumers) are symbiotically connected. I don't really see why Adobe is making such a big deal about this. PDF is an open standard which would imply that it would be open for others, even Adobe's competition, to use.

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