Microsoft last week pulled a planned update to the Windows Vista licenses that would have made it easier to use the software in a virtual desktop environment. The event was strange from the very beginning, with the firm first briefing several reporters and then pulling the announcement without any explanation.
Gartner claims that Microsoft has returned to its old anti-competitive roots. The Vista licenses are currently preventing virtualization because Microsoft doesn’t yet have a competitive offering in that market, the analyst fumed.
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