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Remember that browser choice screen Microsoft promised to include in all EU-destined Windows PCs from 2009 onwards? That same browser choice screen Microsoft “accidentally” forgot to include in Windows 8 but has now promised to add it? Yeah, well, despite Microsoft’s assurance, EU regulators have finalized their probe into Microsoft [...]Read More »
Back in July it was revealed that Microsoft is being investigated by European Regulators for failing to provide users with the now-famous ‘browser choice’ screen in Windows 8. Apparently Microsoft doesn’t want to go toe-to-toe with the EU because news is coming in that they have caved into European demands.[...]Read More »
Since 2010 Google has been under investigation by the European Union’s Competition Commission for Google’s alleged anti-competitive behavior in regards to displaying search results and advertisements. It is reported Google is close to coming to a settlement agreement with the Competition Commission but there is a new twist to the [...]Read More »
A few days back we reported how Microsoft is being investigated for not properly showing European users the browser selection screen on Windows 7 Service Pack 1 PCs. The saga continues with the European Unionexpanding its Microsoft probe to include Windows 8.
According to Reuters, some third parties allege [...]Read More »
A few years ago Microsoft was under investigation by European Union’s antitrust regulators for bundling Internet Explorer with Windows. According to the regulators, bundling Internet Explorer with Windows made it harder for other browsers to gain traction in Windows and thus hurt competition. In 2009 Microsoft came to a settlement [...]Read More »