European Union approves new Browser Ballot for Windows® 7
Microsoft has finally added a Browser Ballot feature, which allows users to choose a browser other than Internet Explorer, to Windows 7 as demanded by the European Union.
The move comes after Microsoft's first Browser Ballot was declined by the EU. The software giant has come up with a different Browser Ballot that EU has approved. The new ballot allows users to download any of the available browsers easily from the ballot screen. It doesn't favor any of the browsers but it includes a little information about the browser you want to download.
The main concern of European Commission was that PC users should have a choice between available Web browsers in the market.
The European Commission said that it would conduct a test ofÂ Windows 7 Browser Ballot feature and will take comments on it until November 7. EU will make a decision on the suitability of the Browser Ballot. If Microsoft succeeds in this test, then this Browser Ballot will become a standard for most of the European Windows 7 copies. Microsoft has made some changes to the Browser Ballot that should provide a basic explanation of web browsers and put all the browsers on a more equal Base.
Microsoft said it welcomed the Browser Ballot test and hoped that it would be closing a long chapter of legal trouble in the EU. If this is really the end of Microsoft’s long browser battle in Europe, the company can breathe a sigh of relief.
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