I never got an option to setup an alternative browser ...
When you install Windows 7 you get a list of browsers and you just click on the one you want.
So now there is no way anyone can complain that Microsoft is using its monopoly to force Europeans to use Internet Exploder, is there?
But nooo, apparently someone can. This week a big cheese from the Mozorella Foundation claimed that the way Microsoft has proposed to get users to chose their browser was all wrong.
Mitchell Baker said that a "ballot screen" giving Windows 7 punters the option of setting up Firefox, or another browser instead, was not enough to level the playing field.