Microsoft refuses a bitter breakup pill and counters with its own proposal for remedies in the landmark antitrust suit. In several documents filed to the court, the software giant agrees to hide its Web browser within Windows and allow PC manufacturers to alter the first screen a person sees when turning on a computer.
May 11, 2000, 1:40 p.m. PT
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