Source here I did find the article rather interesting more into the fact that Microsoft seems to be a scapegoat in all of this. Due to the fact that they Package there browser with there OS and other Browser makers whined a lot EU forced MS to add a "Browser Choice" pop up which worked in patching from an older build of windows 7 but later retail builds didnt have the said pop up and thats why there being "Punished" They should have fixed that I am not gonna deny but the article did raise a point. Why are other leading companys in a market not being also held to the same standard with browsers? Apple with iOS never give you a browser popup and they just package with Safari Google with Android also never gives you a popup and just package with Chrome Why is this? I mean the EU fine that MS was given is peanuts to em but it does open the question of why these 2 companys leading in the Tablet and Smartphone industries are not being held as accountable as the leading Computer software company is. I think the EU needs to get there head out of there arse and make this ruling universal across all devices capable of external browser install capability, Just seems wrong to have rules for one and not for the rest What's your take on it?