Quote: Originally Posted by Brink
Tell me about it. I really don't see what is so hard for users to download and install whatever browser they want to use instead of Internet Explorer that the EU must regulate it???? Microsoft doesn't prevent users from doing this, or make you use Internet Explorer. I don't see how this is an antitrust issue.
The issue is that the average user is too dumb to understand that "internet explorer icon" isn't TEH INTERNET, but just window's integrated browser.
So unless you say "hey you can have other things too" they won't notice.
It was like that for IE 6 and thanks god
XP is slowly dying so we are finally getting rid of that beast (most webmasters hate it, lots of good reasons).
And so much things are sold over sheer ignorance (*cough* tablets *cough*).
Yeah, solving the fiscal mess they are in isn't a big enough problem in itself.
Because the Antitrust guys pestering Microsoft could do wonders in fixing fiscal issues right?