Posted by Oyya-Info on Monday, June 15, 2009,
Microsoft's move to offer Windows 7 in Europe without a browser may
help rivals, but it could make life more difficult for European
consumers, particularly those who want to upgrade their existing
As first reported earlier on Thursday by CNET News, Microsoft plans to ship Windows 7 to both PC makers and retail stores with Internet Explorer removed.
Now, most people will get Windows 7 on a new PC. Presumably, in
that case, the computer maker will chose to add back Internet Explor...