The computer user unfamiliar with alternate browsers is generally a novice user. Microsoft installed Internet Explorer on the mega millions of computers they sold. Generally, new users have seen Explorer as the only gateway to the internet. With the availability of alternative browsers which offer different capabilities, Windows users should enlighten their associates. The internet is the highway to knowledge. It should not be controlled by only one road.
No, windows users who rely upon Firefox, Chrome and other common browsers should not cooperate to educate novice computer users about removing Internet Explorer, because there is nothing wrong with novices continuing to use Internet Explorer. Browsers are like phones, we all move to using the modern one eventually, but that doesn't happen overnight.
Perhaps users simply should ignore Internet Explorer and just don't use it as opposed to trying to remove it. IE is a horrible program and Microsoft seems to have given up on gaining ground in the web browser market. We shouldn't cooperate to have IE removed, users should just never use it in the first place and Microsoft will get the clue eventually.
Like there's some way you'd be able to force us? Come on, now. There are plenty of sites and information out there that tell people how to use alternate browsers. And honestly, the people who deliberately use Internet Explorer are usually diamond-hard stupid. They would not understand what you were trying to tell them. It's a waste of time.
I think that people should be able to use whatever Internet server they want when using the World Wide Web. I do not see any problem though with people who use things like Firefox, Chrome, Opera, and other common browsers sharing opinions with Internet Explorer users. I think that they just shouldn't feel its their responsibility.