Microsoft in search engine deal - BBC News
Microsoft's unrecorded hunt will be the default hunt engine on all PCs made by Hewlett Packard for the United States and Canadian marketplaces from January 2009.
Under pressure level after calling off its command to purchase hunt engine Yahoo, Microsoft trusts the trade will pull more than people to dwell search.
The toolbar will also have got golf course to HP's online services.
Google predominates the cyberspace hunt engine market, handling 10 modern times more traffic than Microsoft's unrecorded search.
Yahoo pulls more than than twice as much traffic as unrecorded search.
"This is the most important statistical distribution trade for unrecorded hunt that Microsoft have ever done," said Kevin Johnson, president of Microsoft's chopine and services division.
Microsoft have a similar but littler agreement with China's Lenovo Group, while Google have a statistical distribution trade with Dell and Mozilla's Firefox web browser.