Microsoft worried about EU pressure to bundle Windows with alternatives browsers to IE

PC Pro discovered from the Microosft’s latest filing to the SEC that the Redmond giant is worried about possible EU penalties that could see competing browsers being installed into the Windows OS by Microsoft or OEMs. The most interesting situation outlined in the filing would see either Microsoft or computer manufacturers forced to install Firefox, Chrome, Opera and […]

PC Pro discovered from the Microosft’s latest filing to the SEC that the Redmond giant is worried about possible EU penalties that could see competing browsers being installed into the Windows OS by Microsoft or OEMs. The most interesting situation outlined in the filing would see either Microsoft or computer manufacturers forced to install Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Safari by default alongside Internet Explorer on new Windows-based PCs.

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