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|5th October 2005, 00:30||#1|
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HP to Ship Netscape on PCs in 2006
Starting next year, Hewlett-Packard's PC customers will be able to select the Netscape browser as their default window to the Internet, the companies have announced.
The Netscape 8 browser will ship on HP's PCs in the United States and Canada starting early next year, with links to it both in the Start menu and on the desktop of Microsoft's Windows XP operating system. Users also will be able to make the browser their default choice when setting up a new HP PC, says Andrew Weinstein, a Netscape spokesman. Netscape is a division of America Online.
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