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A new update, KB976002, has brought the browser ballot screen to Windows 8 users in the EU, allowing people to select a new browser through a Modern UI-style application
According to Reuters Canada, last month's implementation of the European Union browser ballot isn't exactly helping Internet Explorer's overseas market share. Then again, that was the entire purpose of it--to give people other options. The...
Microsoft has begun airing several Internet Explorer 8 TV adverts in the UK just in time for the browser "ballot" choice screen. European copies of Windows began receiving a Windows Update for the controversial browser choice...
TechCrunch put out an interesting piece regarding Microsoft's upcoming browser ballot. The ballot will allow a user to pick their computer's default browser through a well laid out menu. While the ballot is set to...
Microsoft said on Friday that it will begin external testing of a browser ballot screen for European copies of Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 next week. In July 2009, Microsoft proposed a ballot screen...
The European Commission said today that it had accepted Microsoft's commitments to give users browser choice. Under the terms of the agreement, Microsoft will need to supply a ballot screen for users to choose their...
Ever since the EU decided to come down on Microsoft for their monopolistic ways, Microsoft has been trying their best to appease them. In order to settle the dispute about whether bundling Internet Explorer as...