Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 4th Dec 2009 19:29 UTC
Internet & Networking You thought the whole browser ballot thing in Windows was behind us, right? That everybody was finally happy, so that we could continue doing what an overwhelming number of people have already done without a ballot screen - that is, install non-IE browsers? Not exactly. Opera, Mozilla, and Google still had complaints, which Microsoft addressed, making everybody happy.
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OSNevvs
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2009-08-20

On top of that, under pressure from the three browser makers, Microsoft has agreed to remove the Internet Explorer logo from the ballot screen. It was said that the recognisability of the IE logo would give an unfair advantage to Internet Explorer.


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On top of that, under pressure from the three browser makers, Microsoft has agreed to remove the Internet Explorer name from the ballot screen. It was said that the recognisability of the IE name would give an unfair advantage to Internet Explorer.


No more IE ;)

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