Linked by Kroc Camen on Fri 19th Feb 2010 16:56 UTC
Microsoft Be prepared for choice to be thrust before you, the Microsoft browser ballot arrives in Europe around the 1st of March. It will also be available in Windows Update as an optional install for interested users to test next week. Microsoft have included screenshots of the process. Via BBC News
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Bryan
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2005-07-11

You know, what's great about this little rant is that the article you linked to explains that Safari is used the exact same way on OSX:

While the dominant market position of Windows and Internet Explorer may cause these arguments to appear insubstantial, this arrangement is not unique to Windows. Safari, the default browser on Mac OS X, is similarly integrated into the operating system. While it is possible to delete the application itself without problem, Safari is in fact merely a front-end for Apple's open source WebKit framework, which is heavily integrated into the operating system and cannot be removed.


(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Removal_of_Internet_Explorer#Conflicts)

Your powers of selective reason astound me.

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