Microsoft tries to head off European antitrust charges
The European Commission has described Microsoft’s plan to allow customers to choose which web browser they install on their PC as a “step in the right direction”
As part of efforts to avoid further fines under European antitrust rules, the US software company has
adding a consumer ballot screen that would allow users to install competing web browsers, set one of those browsers as a default,...
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