Microsoft Corp. said Friday it will offer European consumers a choice of Web browsers with Windows in an effort to settle an antitrust probe by the European Union.

The software giant has been accused of using its dominance to unfairly push its own browser, Internet Explorer, on consumers by tying it to Windows. The European Commission opened an investigation in January, after Swedish browser rival Opera filed a complaint in 2007.

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