The software giant is currently facing a class action in the US over claims that the Vista Capable sticker scheme misled people into buying machines that were only able to run the stripped-down version of the OS, Vista Home Basic.
Plaintiffs in the case want Ballmer to give evidence, but in a document filed to the court, Ballmer denies all knowledge of the intricacies of the scheme.
“I was not involved in any of the operational decisions about the Windows Vista Capable program,” Ballmer claims in the document acquired by the Seattle Post Intelligencer.
“I was not involved in establishing the requirements computers must satisfy to qualify for the Windows Vista Capable program.
“To the best of my recollection, I do not have any unique knowledge of, nor did I have any unique involvement in, any decisions regarding the Windows Vista Capable programme.” See the full article on PCPro.Co.Uk