IBM says that both Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers will be available on Aptiva PCs shipping Windows 98, with the default ISP being IBM's own Internet Connection Service.
Following in the wake of Gateway and NEC, both of which plan to offer the two browsers, IBM is exploiting Microsoft's commitment not to challenge other vendors that customise the desktop to include browsers other than Explorer, soon shipping as an integrated feature of the Windows 98 operating system.
Microsoft seems to feel it has enough on its plate at the Department of Justice without getting into more fisticuffs, particularly with the likes of Gateway and IBM. IBM UK said nothing except that the announcement was US specific for now.
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