Monday, November 17, 2003

Microsoft abused its dominance in personal computers through Windows.
The European Union executive is expected to decide by the end of June 2004, but if Microsoft objects it could start a lengthy appeal to the EU's top court in Luxembourg.

The Commission has proposed that Microsoft offer a version of Windows without Media Player audio-visual software built in, so that rivals would be on a level playing field. In particular, it focused on rivals RealNetworks RealPlayer and Apple QuickTime.

Say it isn't so.


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