Europe to Receive Browser-less Windows 7

It’s already been made clear by Microsoft that Internet Explorer 8 can be uninstalled, or disabled, from Windows 7, which is due to launch on Oct. 22nd. However, the company is going still further in Europe, where it will not sell any versions of Windows 7 that contain IE. C|Net first uncovered the change, via a leaked memo. This is obviously a pre-emptive “strike” at E.U. regulators, who have looked askance at some of Microsoft’s practices. In part, the memo, which has already been delivered to OEMs, said:

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