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*mavhc* I agree that people should be told that IE is not the best choice, more people like us have to tell them though. Blocking XP Windows users may keep out problem users an systems, and I guess if they want to access RISC OS sites, then get a RISC OS computer. But I think the other side of the blocking idea may get our platform browsers, and other sound 'N media gear up to date to cope with the MS ban??

*NoMercy* If all that you said is so, I'm dumbfounded why such a browser as IE from such a financial company as MS has IE on it's forefront of the Windows desktop?? I didn't realize our competitors were not so "Flash" up to scratch!

I still do not think that RISC OS ever has to compete against any bigger software or computer company, it's quite the reverse really? Regards, Steve

 is a RISC OS UserSawadee on 31/8/04 3:28AM
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