Let Browser War II begin! Or at least continue. Right? Well, sort of. It’s great that Firefox is around to kick Microsoft in the shins a little bit and get Redmond to improve its offering. That’s the benefit of competition coming to the fore.
However, this browser war doesn’t feel anything like the all-or-nothing, life-or-death struggle that was IE vs. Netscape in the ‘90s. That battle ended with mortal wounds for Netscape and a DOJ lawsuit for Microsoft. This new battle will likely end with a very good Firefox browser taking on a much-improved IE. Everything considered, the new browser war will probably have better results for users, but it sure will lack the drama of the first clash.
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Posted by Lee Pender on 10/24/2006 at 1:19 PM
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