mack - 2:08 pm on Mar 7, 2013 (gmt 0)
I agree, a lot of people don't realise they have a choice, but in the grand scale of things I don't see it as a biggie.
Browsers matter to us, but not so much to general users. Why fix it if it isn't broken. We view browsers in a very different way to the masses.
There are lots of areas where we have choices, many of them we are blissfully unaware of. Choices are a lot more relevant when its something that matters to the person involved.
"You have an important choice to make". Important to who?