Linked by Eugenia Loli on Sun 19th Mar 2006 01:44 UTC
Internet Explorer At its Mix '06 designer confab next week, Microsoft will distribute a 'layout-complete' IE 7.0 test build, yet another step along the way toward the final IE 7.0 release, and talk IE futures, too.
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porcel
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2006-01-28

Your bit of revisionist history is historically inacurate, factually lacking and legally uninformed.

IE ended up as the default browser of millions of pc users because that's what Microsoft tied into its operating system, where it already had a monopoly, thereby making it impossible for any other company to compete with IE by selling a browser.

The fact that IE encouraged the use of all kinds of extraneous and proprietary extensions to html development attests to the real reasons why other browsers were displaced. Hell, this remains a problem to this very day.

Please spare us your propaganda. The public simply knows better.

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