European will Be Able to Choose Internet Browser in Windows 7

Thursday, October 8, 2009

Microsoft and the European Union finally reached an agreement on the inclusion of a web browser Internet Explorer to a new operating system Windows 7. Under the agreement, Microsoft will give European consumers a choice between Internet Explorer and other popular browsers, including Firefox, Google Chrome, Safari and Opera.

The procedure will take place as follows. After installing the operating system, Windows 7 appears on the display so-called selection screen (Ballot Screen), where the user will be prompted to choose a list of several browsers. It is gratifying that the same option will be implemented and updates to existing operating systems Windows XP and Windows Vista.

Inclusion of Microsoft browser choice functions into its operating system has already caused a positive reaction to the EU Commission. Earlier, the European Commission has repeatedly criticized the American softoproizvoditelya attempts to monopolize the market for Web browsers, reflected in the fact that in the most popular Windows operating system by default and embedded Internet Explorer.


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