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Windows Browser Ballot: the Winners and the Losers

February 26th, 2011 02:07 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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Barence writes “It’s a year since the Windows browser ballot came into being in Europe — but has it made any difference? PC Pro has surveyed the minor browser makers — who theoretically had the most to gain from the ballot — to find out what impact it’s had on their business. The answers are very mixed. One of the 12, FlashPeak SlimBrowser, claims it’s resulted in fewer than 200 downloads per day. Others claim it’s transformed their business. One thing is for certain: the big boys still dominate.”

Source: Windows Browser Ballot: the Winners and the Losers

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