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Is the removal of Internet Explorer a breach of trust on the behalf of the consumer uninstalling it?

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  • Internet Explorer a breach

    Yes, it is. The iPhone is the must have gadget. It is vastly superior to all of its competition. Essentially every other phone company is attempting to copy the iPhone. The iPhone is by far more popular. It's ease of use makes it the best thing since sliced bread. Everyone should get one.

  • The consumer should have ultimate rights

    There is no reason that a user should be mandated to keep a product they won't use. It is sad that Microsoft would make a fuss about this. There is no reason that a deal between a consumer and supplier should necessarily meet the expectations of microsoft. If the consumer prefers not to have IE, that should be their choice. The consumer has no choice about what comes preinstalled, but there is no reason to try and force a consumer to keep any program as part of a "package."

  • Just because your computer comes with it doesn't mean you have to use it.

    I disagree. Just because your computer comes preloaded with Internet Explorer, or any other program, does not mean you have to use it. You have the right to choose which programs to use. It is my belief that you should which programs are best for you. I have found Internet Explorer to be very slow and cumbersome in comparison to Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox and I have therefore replaced it.

  • The removal of Internet Explorer is not a breach of trust on behalf of the consumer uninstalling it.

    The removal of Internet Explorer is not a breach of trust on behalf of the consumer uninstalling it. The consumer who owns a Windows PC is not required to run or keep installed a copy of Internet Explorer. Consumers have the right to modify their applications in accordance to their preferences. Consumer may choose among any browser they wish to use.

  • Not at all

    No, it is completely up to the consumer whether or not that they want this program on their computer, and it is no breach of trust to any person if they take it off, and decide that a new program is better and will make their life a bit easier.


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