Microsoft plans to come out with a Unix version of its Internet Explorer browser by the end of the year. The offering will include a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) optimised for five flavours of Unix, including Sun's Solaris and Hewlett-Packard's HP/UX. But, the software giant said it had not yet decided whether to make its JVM commercially available to third party Unix suppliers for inclusion in their operating systems. Microsoft claimed that this would potentially give the suppliers the ability to run ActiveX controls alongside Java applets.
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