Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 5th Mar 2010 18:56 UTC
Internet & Networking Just this morning, as I turned on my bedroom Windows 7 PC, I was greeted by the familiar "You've got updates!" notification. It turns out this was the much-talked about browser ballot - after installing, though, I couldn't find the darn thing (probably because I uninstalled IE long ago). Anyway, to get to the point: we have more complaints. A few browser vendors are - once again - unsatisfied with the ballot's design. On a related note, Opera is already claiming an increase in downloads.
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wakeupneo
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2005-07-06

With all this healthy competition going on why do we need the ballot?


Maybe because only one of them was pre-installed by default. Don't forget, most non-technical Windows users see the blue 'e' logo on the desktop and believe that is the internet.

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