On 9/5/06, Bart Z. Lederman
> In article <FA60F2C4B72A584DBFC6091F6A2B8684019BCAC9@tayexc19.americas.cpqcorp.net>, "Main, Kerry" <Kerry.Main@hp.com> writes:
> >> What about DELETE EXPLORER.EXE or whatever executable is invoked when
> >> you start that Microsoft thing that does HTTP ?
> >Try it and see what happens on your Windows system.
> If some recent news reports are true, this may be possible
> in Korea, and some other countries now or soon. To settle
> government legal actions, Microsoft is apparently unbundling
> the browser from the OS.
> Please notice I started this message off with the word "IF".
But what happens there won't necessarily happen here.
Are you willing to use the Chinese or Korean versions of Windows in
order to avoid IE?