Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 28th Jul 2009 19:10 UTC
Internet & Networking We've been talking about the browser ballot screen for a while now, which led to some obvious questions we couldn't answer. As it turns out (and I completely missed this), Microsoft actually posted a fairly detailed description of its proposal [.doc] on its website last Friday. It details everything from what it means not to have Internet Explorer installed to what the ballot screen will look like.
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by elmimmo on Wed 29th Jul 2009 02:15 UTC
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More than I expected:

> The Ballot Screen will prominently display the final releases of the five web browsers with the highest usage share in the EEA as measured by a source commonly agreed between Microsoft and the European Commission

I guess that means Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera. Pretty much everybody is in (unless I am missing something).

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