Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 5th Jan 2006 19:12 UTC
Google "Tomorrow Google will announce a new commercial video download service, according to multiple sources. In related news Google will also take the wraps off of Google Pack, a bundle of applications that will be made available for download in a single installation bundle. Sources tell us that Google pack will feature a Google-tweaked version of Firefox, Adobe Acrobat Reader, antivirus software from Symantec, AdAware, Trillian, and Google's own offerings, including Google Desktop Search, Picasa, Google Earth, Google Talk, and all of the toolbar action you can shake a stick at. Oh, and I left out one other item: the RealPlayer."
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Enhanced Firefox
by Dr-ROX on Thu 5th Jan 2006 20:46 UTC
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He he Firefox probably will have google toolbar included.

Also will that pack will be commercial or free. If free, some of these programs are shareware or Google will buy the "unlimited" licences. For commercial also - Firefox has licence for that way.

And another thing - what purpose of that pack? It may saound stupid, but who will use it? It's comfortabe, etc, but most users installs everything by themselves and what they needs.

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