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Microsoft FAT Patent Under Microscope A key Microsoft Corp software patent is being re-examined by US officials following complaints that the company is controlling the technology in order to deter competition.
Microsoft's FAT patent under scrutiny Last year Microsoft announced that it would begin licensing its File Allocation Table (FAT) file format, a move that made Linux advocates wary of the Redmond giant's goals. Since Linux utilizes the FAT system to write files to hard drives, the thought has