Mary Branscombe (marypcb) wrote,
Mary Branscombe
marypcb

And the crybaby award goes to Opera

I've been writing about the 'out again, in again' Windows 7/IE question over on our IT Pro blog, and I'm snarking about Opera's reaction.
"Opera - who started this whole debacle by complaining to the EU - still isn’t happy. Microsoft says the ballot screen will “in a horizontal line and in an unbiased way display icons of and basic identifying information on the Web browsers.” Opera says that’s still biased, because the IE logo is just so recognisable. Newsflash: the reason Opera isn’t the most popular browser isn’t the logo (and making it harder for people who want IE because they’re comfortable with it to find it isn’t the best way to grow your market share)." Read the rest at http://www.itpro.co.uk/613201/microsoft-to-let-users-choose-browser
Tags: it pro, technology, windows 7
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