Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 24th Jul 2009 21:07 UTC
Windows The browser saga between Microsoft, the EU, and various browser makers just got a new chapter. We all know how the EU and Microsoft are in a legal tussle over the inclusion of Internet Explorer with Windows. Microsoft surprised everyone in June by announcing that Windows 7 would ship without Internet Explorer in Europe, a move it had hoped would silence the EU. The EU and Opera, however, were not impressed, and now Microsoft has caved in to the pressure.
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Lets make it better
by angelochoa on Fri 24th Jul 2009 21:54 UTC
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For all this to be fair the information ( name, icon, download address ) should be placed in a public site where ALL OSes should go to verify wich browsers are available at installation time.

The information must be in xml format and the process must not need a web browser, it also must include the most downloaded browser first and the newcomers beside them with the posibility to choose any other not listed up front.

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