Investigation and potential class action against Microsoft.
This investigation focuses on Microsoft's role in the dissemination of information that misleads consumers into believing that they have more memory than they actually do. On June 10, 2008, Microsoft released Service Pack 1 to its Windows Vista operating system. Service Pack 1 changed the way that memory is reported to computer users, reporting installed memory rather than usable memory. This modification results in certain computer users being led to believe that they have more memory than they actually do.
Name (Stock Symbol)
Microsoft Corporation (MSFT)
Microsoft Corporation provides software products for computing devices worldwide.
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