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18 December, 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.
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