Microsoft China announced on Tuesday it has filed a lawsuit against nine computer resellers in seven cities in China, accusing dealers of installing pirated Windows software in various computers produced by Lenovo, HP, Dell and Acer. The initiative came after the company confirmed to launch Windows 8 by the end of October. In 2006, all computer manufactures in China were ordered to install official software before being sold to users. In recent year, Microsoft has sued several computer dealers and reached settlement with these companies to alarm the privacy issue in China.
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