Gateway has become the first PC maker to offer users a choice between Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0 and Netscape Communicator on Windows 98 machines. The deal marks a softening of Microsoft's negotiations with PC vendors. Bart Brown, Gateway vice president of marketing, said Microsoft agreed to allow the company to edit Internet set-up procedures built into Windows 98. Instead of offering MSN as a default ISP, Gateway will use Gateway.net. Last year, Compaq testified in court that Microsoft threatened to terminate its Windows licence if it removed the IE icon from the Windows 95 desktop.
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