Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 18th Jul 2012 21:12 UTC
Windows The moment Microsoft announced it would lock other browsers out of being installed on Windows RT, we all knew regulatory bodies the world over were wringing their hands. Today, this has been confirmed: in the wake of an investigation into Microsoft not complying with the existing antitrust rulings regarding browser choice, the EU has also announced it's investigating Windows 8 x86 and Windows 8 RT (ARM).
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RE[4]: Comment by Drumhellar
by zima on Tue 24th Jul 2012 00:08 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by Drumhellar"
zima
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Firefox has joined IE like that much sooner, and it was overall much worse in the times of "IE or FF" - but with the wide adoption of Webkit (so also Chrome), which gives us at least three commonly used browser engine families, the web in general has become much more standards-compliant (which is particularly noticeable if you use some outsider - Opera, for example)

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