No, deathjazz68, we'd rather have freedom. If you're from the EU, you wouldn't know what that is. Freedom means that a company offers products for sale in whatever form they desire, and consumers either choose to buy them or not. The notion that it is a proper function of government to take companies that have achieved so much success that virtually everyone wants their products (to which they incorrectly attach the term "monopoly") and start punishing them for not making their products the way their competitors would want them to is the same sort of typical anti-capitalist, anti-freedom hogwash that we expect from the same EU that wants us to bail out all their corrupt Socialist economies.
Yes, the US has anti-trust laws, and they should be repealed, but there has at least been a morsel of reason applied in the Microsoft case and we don't have ridiculous things like forced browser choice being imposed on us.