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Microsoft's continued EU problem.

 
 
Reply Thu 26 Feb, 2009 04:33 am
EurActiv.com - EU to oblige Microsoft to offer competitors' browsers | EU - European Information on InfoSociety

Dang the EU are at it again! After winning the stupid Windows XP N, without Media Player case, they want Microsoft to provide an EU edition of Windows 7 that has the option of IE, Firefox, and other web browsers included in the Windows package.

I'm not defending Microsoft; IE 7 and Beta 8 really are terrible resource hogs, and Firefox and Opera are better alternatives, but really, Microsoft owns the rights to Windows; they've got the right to include only the software they want; why force MS to include third party?
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