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Microsoft Forgets To Offer Browser Choice Screen To 28M Users, EU Opens Investigation

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As part of an agreement with the European Commission in 2009, Microsoft was supposed to present Windows users with a choice of browsers when they booted their computers for the first time. It turns out, however, that Microsoft quietly stopped showing this screen with the release of Windows 7 SP1...
Microsoft Forgets To Offer Browser Choice Screen To 28M Users, EU Opens Investigation

UpNext: Three New Cities, Glowing Foursquare Checkins, And CityGrid Listings

techcrunch.com
One of the most detailed 3-D mapping apps on the iPhone is UpNext, which lets you click on 3-D buildings and see a list of the businesses and offices inside. Up until now, however, it only covered New York City. A new update adds three new cities: Boston, Washington,...
UpNext: Three New Cities, Glowing Foursquare Checkins, And CityGrid Listings

Microsoft reveals browser ballot screen, rollout begins next week

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Filed under: Microsoft, Browsers Starting next month, users in the EU will begin receiving a Windows update which finally implements the browser ballot screen which was approved in December 2009. The update adds a new shortcut to the desktop labeled "Browser Choice" and on Windows 7 it will also replace...
Microsoft reveals browser ballot screen, rollout begins next week

EU regulators investigating Windows 8 browser lock-out

arstechnica.com
As part of its investigation into Microsoft's failure to properly offer a browser selection screen to Windows users in the EU, antitrust regulators have announced that they are examining whether Windows 8 prevents the installation and use of third-party browsers. Microsoft agreed to offer users a choice of browsers as...
EU regulators investigating Windows 8 browser lock-out

The Trials and Tribulations of Internet Explorer

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Every few months, we see a new set of statistics or a new report showing how Internet Explorer is losing browser share, becoming increasingly irrelevant or dying on the vine. This of course sets off ripples across the tech blogs, which gather into a wave of “Death of IE”...
The Trials and Tribulations of Internet Explorer
Facebook Home to get buddy list and app dock in coming updates

Switch Windows users with a simple keyboard shortcut

www.pcworld.com
Earlier this year I wrote about a handy freeware utility called Fast User Switch. True to its name, the tool immediately takes you to the user-selection screen, thus saving you from the standard user-switching process of clicking Start, then the arrow next to Shut Down, and then Switch user. At the time...
Switch Windows users with a simple keyboard shortcut
Microsoft brings browser ballot to Windows 8 as EU antitrust probe continues

Swizzle Sweeper turns inbox-cluttering newsletters into a simple daily digest

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Are you suffering from newsletter overload? Does your inbox see a daily deluge of store promotions, Google Alerts, and/or awesome technology sites (ahem)? I feel your pain. Sometimes I feel like I spend half my morning just sifting through all this stuff. If your email provider is AOL, Gmail,...
Swizzle Sweeper turns inbox-cluttering newsletters into a simple daily digest
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