Date Added: Feb 2010
One is probably excited about the new Windows 7 operating system, and the Windows Internet Explorer 8 Web browser comes as part of the package. One may have seen the demos of new features and tools that are available, but one is still using Internet Explorer 6. The demos are always simplified, and one sees pages with a single issue conveniently fixed using a click of a button. But it is definitely not that easy. One could have thousands of apps, many of them packaged, or one could be prevented from accessing the code because it is part of a product one bought.