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Old 02-23-2010, 12:51 AM   #1
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Default Microsoft Previews European Browser Choice Screen in Windows 7

Last summer, it became known that the European Union was forcing its way into altering Windows 7 in order to make sure Microsoft was being "fair" to all of its users. Of course, I am of the opinion that the EU simply likes to waste tax-payer money by targeting non-existent issues, but regardless of what I think, the fruits of its labor is soon to be seen in an upcoming Windows update which will be available to European Windows 7 users only.



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