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Rivals level guns at IE in enterprise browser war

Elizabeth Montalbano | June 12, 2009
While Microsoft's browser is the standard with enterprise customers, Mozilla and Google are readying tools to compete

Google also provides an Administrative Template that allows IT administrators to select policies using standard interfaces such as a group policy editor, according to the blog.

Google's powerful position also could help it strike deals with PC makers in Europe to distribute Chrome on Windows 7, now that Microsoft is going to take IE8 out of the OS, Rosoff said.

"This looks like a great opening for Google to get a bunch of Chrome browsers installed," especially because Google's search-engine market share is even bigger in Europe than it is in the U.S., he said.


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