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'Vista capable' suit no longer class action

A judge declines to dismiss the suit but rules that each PC buyer has to bring his or her own legal action for potential redress.

By February 18, 2009


More dirt in 'Vista Capable' lawsuit

In latest court filings, e-mails detail exchanges between Intel and Microsoft--and within Redmond--about concerns over Microsoft's "Vista Capable" program.

By November 14, 2008


More 'Vista Capable' dirt could leak this week

Microsoft is meeting with hardware vendors this week, which might prove to be inconvenient timing given a federal judge's imminent ruling.

By November 5, 2008


Report: 'Vista capable' lawsuit can move forward

Microsoft's appeal of class certification is spurned. This mean the class-action suit over the company's marketing techniques--and the discovery that's a big part of the case--can proceed.

By April 22, 2008


Discovery on hold in 'Vista capable' lawsuit

A judge has paused a class-action lawsuit against Microsoft over the way it advertised PCs leading up to the release of Windows Vista, pending an appeal.

By April 8, 2008


Judge OKs suit over 'Vista Capable'

Class-action suit claims labeling computers as "Vista Capable" in late 2006 misled consumers because many of the machines could run only the most basic version of Vista.

By February 23, 2008


Windows Vista tutorials

Learn how to check if your PC is capable of running Vista, what the different versions of Vista contain, and how to navigate the Vista Welcome Screen.

February 1, 2007


Judge orders Ballmer to testify in Vista suit

Microsoft's CEO faces a three-hour deposition in next 30 days in a class action lawsuit over the "Vista Capable" logo program.

By November 21, 2008


Allchin, computer makers subpoenaed

As part of a suit over Microsoft's "Vista Capable" logo program, plaintiffs are seeking testimony from the former Windows chief and a number of major PC manufacturers.

By March 25, 2008


Microsoft e-mails reveal Intel pressure over Vista

Microsoft didn't want to have a two-tiered Vista upgrade program with both Vista Capable and Vista Premium Ready logos, but that's exactly what it got after Intel raised a fuss, and now the software maker is facing legal action.

By February 28, 2008