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Wednesday, 24 October 2012
The entire browser war saga at the turn of the century has originally ended with a loud bang – EU antitrust found Microsoft to be guilty, as they were distributing their Internet Explorer browser using their monopolistic might through their renowned Microsoft Windows product. Of course, Microsoft paid billions in fines to the EU, but I guess the software giant did not learn their hefty lesson in the past? – Or perhaps they have too much money in their coffers?

Well, the European regulators are at it again, and this time, they caught Microsoft red-handed over their Windows 7 operating system. Apparently, just like the previous Windows, Windows 7 did not provide users a choice of internet browsers when they install the OS. Microsoft acknowledged this, and they blamed it on ‘technical error’, but surely, the EU regulators are not impressed with their excuse and it’s highly probable that Microsoft would be fined which might amount to 10 percent of their global turnover.

EU Antitrust Regulator Charges Microsoft
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