Microsoft has agreed to make modifications to its Windows XP operating system to address new antitrust concerns that traces of programs that consumers choose to hide still appear on their computer screens, the US Justice Department said Wednesday.
Microsoft will give users the choice of removing links to Internet Explorer if they prefer an alternate Web browser. In the same way, the company also will let consumers choose wheather they want to remove links to programs such as Windows Media Player or the Outlook Express e-mail program.
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