Quote: Originally Posted by petrossa
Call me visionary if you want
The competition has a valid point when they state that the IE logo is now so firmly imprinted on everybodies mind that it's synonym for Internet and will be a almost subconscious automatic choice.
I totally disagree with EU policy and whining competition.
Every kid associates a big yellow M to hamburgers and french fries.
We don't hear any complaint from burger king asking to remove the M, now do we.
I can only commend MS on it's business vision.
On one hand EU want's free market, on the other hand they impose restrictions and sanctions when you do too well compared to others.
Kind of ambivalent if you ask me.
The end user always could and always can install another browser, so what's the big deal?