Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 17th Jan 2009 15:29 UTC
Internet Explorer After successfully battling Microsoft over the company's bundling of Windows Media Player, the European Union is now ready for more. The European Commission has charged Microsoft with violating competition laws because of the Microsoft's bundling of Internet Explorer with Windows.
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sj87
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2007-12-16

...how are you supposed to download Firefox?

Sorry, but it does seem idiotic (well, unreasonable at least) to expect a company to supply an OS without a web browser.


Well you're just as wrong as is this article too. It's not about bundling Internet Explorer with Windows, it's about not offering a choice for it and the integration of the browser so that "it can't be uninstalled".

It's neither about distributing Trident binaries within the .NET platform or having the technology in Windows to parse RSS feeds in Vista's sidebar widgets.

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