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NEW YORK — Barry Schuler, chief executive of AOL Time Warner Inc.’s America Online unit, expressed optimism that consumers won’t have trouble gaining access to AOL’s online service on Microsoft Corp.’s upcoming Windows XP operating system.

In recent weeks, AOL (AOL) and other critics have complained about Microsoft’s tentative plan to exclude desktop icons from the start screen on Windows XP.

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