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Jesse, a spokesman for Microsoft in the EU - Voss Train and the European Commission spokesman Jonathan - Todd were not available for comment. The European Commission said it is considering forcing Microsoft to the user when the user first start to provide an opportunity to choose the browser. Microsofts response is to provide IE is not bundled with the Windows 7, to avoid the violation of EU law. New York University law professor Nicholas - Exeter Naomi Judith pointed out that the Microsoft browser and operating system isolation, difficult to make the EU the legal implementation of the new fines on Microsoft penalty. "Microsoft has to find a solution to this problem. As the antitrust law enforcement by the European Commission must ensure that there are laws to follow. In view of the current environment, I believe that the EU may be some over-done."