European regulators have ended their last pending antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. as the U.S. software maker agreed to let Europeans choose from a menu of web browsers that compete with its Internet Explorer, reports the Associated Press. The deal announced Dec. 16 lets Microsoft avert additional fines. It has already paid 1.7 billion euros in EU fines over the past decade. Microsoft said it will start sending updates in March to Windows computers in Europe so that when PC users log on, they will see a pop-up screen asking them to pick one or more of 12 web browsers...

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