In response to a EU anti-trust ruling, European Android users will soon be presented with a browser choice screen.
Those of us who are old enough will remember that the same thing happened on Windows in 2010.
Did it work?
Apparently, the EU seems to think so, or they wouldn't try the same thing with Google now. And we know that Internet Explorer was replaced by Google Chrome in the following years as the most popular browser.
On the other hand, we all know that correlation does not imply causation, and that web browser usage significantly changed outside the EU as well in those years.
Are there any studies that show how much (if at all) the Windows Browser Choice Screen affected the "second browser war"?