ByronM - 3:02 pm on Aug 15, 2010 (gmt 0)
A new Windows PC without a browser is a dead box, does nothing online which is where everyone wants to be, and MS is hardly going to hand over control of their OS dominance to webkit. More likely scenario would be MS opening up the kimono and attempt to destroy webkit by releasing their own browser internals.
By sticking it out, i meant actually pushing forward and competing again, not just sitting on their laurals.
Once they fully lose control of the browser then MS Office is the only thing holding customers to the Windows platform and Open Office is making nice inroads there as well, I'm doing my part ;)
Open Office is dead..
more people use google apps than open office so that probably says more for what the future of office apps is.