Saturday, July 25, 2009

Microsoft Agrees to Offer Europe a Choice on Browsers - NYTimes.com

Interesting times

Microsoft has offered to give European computer users a choice of Web browsers, an unprecedented move that the company, the world’s largest software maker, hopes will avert another antitrust conviction and big fine.

Microsoft said users of new computers running Windows 7 in Europe would get a ballot screen that would let them easily download other browsers from the Internet and turn off Microsoft’s default Internet Explorer.

Microsoft Agrees to Offer Europe a Choice on Browsers - NYTimes.com

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