Vista has not changed enough for Google

Google has not been happy with the latest rounds the Microsoft has implemented for Vista. The search giant believes that Microsoft is still violating the consent decree and limiting consumer choices for search options. The work done on the new OS are in the right directions, but should be further improved to give customers greater access to alternate desktop search providers.

Microsoft has not made it possible in Vista for search defaults to be changed in a universal way. They have kept the search system as a default throughout all of Windows Explorer.

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