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18 Dec, 2009

The decade long EU anti-trust has ruled, and Microsoft must include 12 browsers in its Windows in EU nations, according to news.com.au.

Bringing down the curtain on a decade-long antitrust tussle, the legally-binding agreement will see new computer users presented as of March 2010 with 12 browser options when they configure their systems.

Apple Safari, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera, from the Norwegian company that first complained to competition enforcers in December 2007, will each be displayed prominently alongside Microsoft's Internet Explorer.


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Posted by Antony at December 18, 2009 1:27 AM
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