eWeek: Who Is Hurt By Microsoft's Neglect of Older Browsers?
Sep 25, 2004, 09:00 (11 Talkback[s])
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"In fact, it is probably not in Microsoft's best interest to
force such a move even if it could. Today, a Windows 98 machine
that is orphaned because it lacks the necessary oomph to run XP SP2
can become a capable Linux box in about an hour, maybe less.
"These Linux machines, plus other such retrofitted boxes, would
be perfect for enterprise customers who don't specifically require
Microsoft Office but need up-to-date security..."