[ubuntu-uk] No IE in Windows 7
hrickards at l33tmyst.com
Fri Jun 12 18:20:21 BST 2009
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On 06/12/09 14:33, Sean Miller wrote:
> Having read the news piece properly I'm now of the view that it's a
> cynical move to pass the responsibility for bundling the browser to
> somebody else.
> Perhaps we should campaign to try to shame OEMs into bundling two or
> three browsers onto their Windows 7 PCs?
> Say, Google's Chrome, IE and Firefox? Or do you think Opera would get
> the hump? I'd imagine 4 browsers could be a little daunting for some
> "novice users" - they'd be saying "why do I need 4? wouldn't 1 do?"
Maybe the OEM's could write a script that lets the user choose which
browser to install (and use) when powering on the PC for the first time.
Harry Rickards (GPG Key ID:646ED06A)
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