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Make "web browser ballot screen" OPTIONAL low priority update

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Lance, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. Lance

    Lance Flightless Bird

    My feedback is for Microsoft to release the "web browser ballot screen"
    feature as a Optional Low priority update for all windows versions. For those
    that don't know what the "web browser ballot screen" is you can read about it
    here:

    http://www.osnews.com/story/21904/Microsoft_Details_Browser_Ballot_Screen_Also_for_XP_Vista_Users

    Alot of inexperienced users will not know what this is and they may end up
    installing a new web browser and not knowing how to use it and those browsers
    are open source so microsoft will not offer support for them if something
    goes wrong. It will be a waste of bandwidth too if they accidently download a
    new browser.

    So thats why Microsoft should release this update as a Optional Low priority
    update. I hope Microsoft reads this.

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  2. C A Upsdell

    C A Upsdell Flightless Bird

    On 2010-02-14 18:21, Lance wrote:
    > My feedback is for Microsoft to release the "web browser ballot screen"
    > feature as a Optional Low priority update for all windows versions. For those
    > that don't know what the "web browser ballot screen" is you can read about it
    > here:
    >
    > http://www.osnews.com/story/21904/Microsoft_Details_Browser_Ballot_Screen_Also_for_XP_Vista_Users
    >
    > Alot of inexperienced users will not know what this is and they may end up
    > installing a new web browser and not knowing how to use it and those browsers
    > are open source so microsoft will not offer support for them if something
    > goes wrong. It will be a waste of bandwidth too if they accidently download a
    > new browser.
    >
    > So thats why Microsoft should release this update as a Optional Low priority
    > update. I hope Microsoft reads this.


    Microsoft does not read messages in this newsgroup.

    Also, what Microsoft would prefer to do is irrelevant: the EU will decide.
     
  3. PA Bear [MS MVP]

    PA Bear [MS MVP] Flightless Bird

    How many times and in how many newsgroups and forums are you going to post
    this drivel?

    MS does not monitor this or any other public newsgroup.


    Lance wrote:
    > My feedback is for Microsoft to release the "web browser ballot screen"
    > feature as a Optional Low priority update for all windows versions. For
    > those that don't know what the "web browser ballot screen" is you can read
    > about it here:
    >
    > http://www.osnews.com/story/21904/Microsoft_Details_Browser_Ballot_Screen_Also_for_XP_Vista_Users
    >
    > Alot of inexperienced users will not know what this is and they may end up
    > installing a new web browser and not knowing how to use it and those
    > browsers are open source so microsoft will not offer support for them if
    > something goes wrong. It will be a waste of bandwidth too if they
    > accidently download a new browser.
    >
    > So thats why Microsoft should release this update as a Optional Low
    > priority
    > update. I hope Microsoft reads this.
     

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