Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 7th Oct 2009 17:36 UTC
Internet & Networking After long negotiations and back and forths between the EU, Microsoft, and other browser makers, Microsoft's browser ballot proposal has been amended and offered up for debate yet again by the EU; this time around, it will actually be tested out by consumers. A number of changes have been made since the first proposal, so let's take a look.
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Comment by satan666
by satan666 on Wed 7th Oct 2009 19:58 UTC
satan666
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2008-04-18

Internet Explorer enjoys a market share that it does not deserve. If the ballot thing rectifies this situation, then it is certainly a good thing. To quote a certain Steve B., Internet Explorer's market share should be more like a "rounding error".

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RE: Comment by satan666
by PlatformAgnostic on Wed 7th Oct 2009 22:36 in reply to "Comment by satan666"
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2006-01-02

Why don't you think IE has a marketshare it doesn't deserve? After IE7 came out, I saw no reason to continue using Firefox since IE works just fine. IE8 is even better, UI-wise, with its tab grouping and nicely organized search suggestions. What am I missing out on?

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