Novell (a bit late) Sues Microsoft over Word Perfect

I have used Word Perfect for YEARS, as many of you know, but over the past several years I have switched to Microsoft Office. Why? Everyone else uses it.
However, in a throw back to the future Reuters reports that Novell Inc. sued Microsoft Corp. MSFT.O on Friday, claiming that the world’s largest software maker used its Windows monopoly to hurt sales of the WordPerfect processing program, which the smaller rival owned briefly a decade ago.
Novell, which settled its antitrust claims against Microsoft earlier this week for $536 million, had already said it was planning to file the lawsuit over WordPerfect, which it owned between 1994 and 1996.

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