If you bought a Windows Vista Capable PC, and want to be involved in the class-action suit against Microsoft for misleading advertising, it's simple to do. Here are the details.
As written previously, a federal judge has given class-action status to a lawsuit against Microsoft for a marketing scheme in which people claim that Microsoft misled consumers into buying the Windows Vista Capable PCs, even though the PCs couldn't run the most important features of Vista. A Microsoft employee has said of the PCs, "Even a piece of junk will qualify" to be called Windows Vista Capable.
The legal firm Gordon Tilden Thomas & Cordell LLP filed the suit on behalf of plaintiff Dianne Kelley. Because the judge in the suit has allowed it to become a class-acton suit, the lawyers are looking for more people who bought Windows Vista Capable PCs and want to be involved in the suit.