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If you've been following the EU vs. Microsoft over the last few years this latest titbit should interest you.
From the beginning of March 2010 (ie. tomorrow) Microsoft will be rolling out a new update to its users which will give them a choice of browser.
While users have always been able to install alternative browsers to the default Internet Explorer the software company will now make that choice more explicit and obvious.
Have Microsoft suddenly changed tack? Not really. They're only doing this it would appear as a result of the EU's pressure on them.
More details on the Microsoft legal and policy site.
Will this have much impact on browser usage?