Microsoft ‘ballot box’, A great Choice for Windows Users

24 02 2010

Microsoft is going to launch Microsoft Ballot Screen for their UK, France and Belgium window users. Ballot box is a list of browsers that will be available in Microsoft Windows by default that will ask the user’s choice for web browser. Ballot box will ask the user when they switch their window on which web browser they would like to install for their web based tasks. Ballot box holds a list of browsers like FireFox, Safari, Chrome and Opera along with Internet Explorer with options of more information about the browsers. This innovative feature of Microsoft Window will be available to users simply by Windows Update service. User will be able to check and install any web browser that suits to them.

This innovative feature settlement is the part of agreement that Microsoft made with European Commission in last December. It happened after a long anti-trust dispute of 10 years between Microsoft and European Commission. This is the big achievement of Microsoft to include world’s top five web browsers in their Windows program by default.

Windows ‘ballot box’ will enable the window users to experience quality web-browsing with multiple choice of browsers at same place. It is another step toward easier and faster computing that provides the alternate of Internet Explorer to Window users. But unfortunately, this feature will be available to European window users only. I hope Microsoft will make efforts to spread this window feature to other countries as well and make them get benefit of this scheme. Ballot box is going to be a part of Microsoft Windows Updates from March 1. That mean it is just a few days far fro the users.

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