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On Friday, Microsoft Incorporated announced that its inquiry confirms that the new download tool aimed to make it easier to load Windows 7 on a netbook machine contain open-source code.


"After looking at the code in question, we are now able to confirm this was indeed the case, although it was not intentional on our part," Microsoft's Peter Galli said in a blog posting. "While we had contracted with a third party to create the tool, we share responsibility as we did not catch it as part of our code review process. We have furthermore conducted a review of other code provided through the Microsoft Store and this was the only incident of this sort we could find."

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