Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 13th Jun 2007 22:56 UTC
Internet & Networking For companies like Microsoft and Mozilla, Safari coming to Windows means that one more competitor will be thrown into the Windows browser battlefield. While neither company has expressed dismay with Apple's decision to put Safari on Windows, on Monday executives from both Microsoft and Mozilla expressed a lack of concern for their new (Windows) foe.
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For me, it's all about the add-ons
by Lambda on Thu 14th Jun 2007 05:32 UTC
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There's many things I'm not happy about with Firefox, but what keeps me on it are the add-ons. For the geek/power-user crowd that's the big compelling reason. For mom and pop, it'll be IE. Apple is going to have something compelling for it to be relevant.

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