August 14, 2001
Microsoft alters XP to settle Kodak dispute
Author: JT Smith
Kelly McNeill writes: "Microsoft will reportedly announce changes to its new operating system that will allow Eastman Kodak and other third-party online photo processors to be seen by Windows XP users. The software giant has agreed to change a dialog box to list photography services in addition to those allied with Microsoft when digital cameras are attached to Windows, according to reports published over the weekend. Microsoft said it worked with Kodak to correct any "perceived issues" surrounding how Windows handles the products and services of the Rochester, New York-based photo-finisher and camera-maker."