swa66 - 5:35 pm on Jun 2, 2009 (gmt 0)
I'm a little perplexed by the EU bureacracy's obsession with browsers. Five or 10 years ago, they might have had a legitimate case, but Firefox seems to be doing pretty well these days, so the suggestion that Microsoft has a monopoly in browsers suggests is farfetched at best.
The browser monopoly (nor it's absence) is not the reason MSFT is in trouble. The OS monopoly being used to stifle competition in the browser market is the problem. (Ab)using a monopoly in one area to create another one is what's illegal.