We just reported that European Commission stated on the basis of users complaint that Microsoft had failed to comply with its 2009 browser choice commitment, soon after the news spread, the tech giant admitted it as a “technical error” saying it had prevent PCs which came with Windows 7 Service Pack 1. A company spokesperson even told Reuters that the company will take immediate steps, and here we are, company just released a press released confirming 28 million PCs in total affected by browser ballot SNAFU and has also promised that fix will take place by the end of the week. The company even offered to distribute the software with correct browser choice option and even offered to extend its compliance period for an extra 15 months.
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