What the Author fails to mention is that the only reason MS is so far ahead of other browsers in the browser race, is purely to do with the fact that windows by default comes with IE and IE is so integrated into windows that the average user just doesn't know how to get rid of it. Infact, you really can't un-install IE, so to a general user it seems silly having two browsers on a single pc.
This is where things really need to change. It should be illegal to force people to use software, when an OS should be just that, an operating system which enables the use of additional types of software. Office isn't an OS. Media player isn't an OS, why should IE be such an integral part of the OS?!?!
Just MS trying to stop bing from being bung I guess!
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