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Microsoft tries to head off European antitrust charges

Emma Barraclough, London

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 proposed 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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