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For instance the home page is default.htm.
I had to reconfigure my server to treat default.htm as an index page, but otherwise everything is fine.
What are the advantages of using default.htm -- or should I change the page names to index.html?
In the end, I think it is
a) what you are comfortable with and
b) the ability to set the default home page on the server.
Otherwise, very few people I know type the page extension when initially going to a web site's home page.
I think that the MS conspiracy theory is a bit much
It is hard to see this as anything but making IIS more attractive to Expression built sites. Sure, it may be a small thing, but there's a limit to the number of minor annoyances someone's willing to go through just to use Apache.