Microsoft offers Europeans 12 different browsers for Windows

Monday, March 1, 2010

Company Microsoft via Windows Update service will offer European customers the option through which you can choose 11 browsers as an alternative to Internet Explorer. Already this week, users will be able to make a choice, a step Microsoft has taken through the agreement with the European Commission. Alternative browsers will be offered for such operating systems like Windows XP, Vista or 7, and only for those where the default Internet Explorer.

Replace it can be not only well-known Opera, Safari, Chrome or Firefox, but much less common Sleipnir, Green Browser, Maxthon, Avant, Flock, K-meleon and Slim. Thus, the list will be 12 available browsers (with Internet Explorer). His first chat will include the five most popular, in random order, and the second part of the list - the others (need to move the slider to the scroll bar to get access to them). By the way, according to statistics cited by the company Net Applications, Internet Explorer share in the market of Internet browsers is 62%.