Under the agreement, an icon for the new default browser "will replace the Internet Explorer icon in the commonly used parts of the operating system when Internet Explorer is not the default Web browser," Justice Department antitrust enforcers said in a court filing.
"Compliance continues to be of paramount importance to us," said Stacy Drake, a Microsoft spokeswoman. "We are acting quickly and constructively to address these questions."
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