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January 30, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 1:06pm

MICROSOFT PUSHES NETSCAPE OUT OF RUSSIAN BROWSER MARKET

By CBR Staff Writer

Microsoft Corp has now systematically picked up every single large Russian Internet provider, in each case pushing Netscape Communications Corp out in favor of its own Internet Explorer Web browser (CI No 3,057). Late last year the last major Netscape house, SovAm Teleport, signed a long-term co-operation agreement with Microsoft under which users of SovAm’s Russia-On-Line Internet access service will now receive Internet Explorer. Russia-On-Line will also be integrated into the automatic Internet registration wizard promised in the upcoming localised version of Microsoft’s Windows97.

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