""My personal view is that it's not the right outcome," he said.
"The choice [when installing Windows] would be weird. There's no
good UI [user interface] for that."
"Connor also attacked Opera's claims that bundling harms
competition. "Opera's asserting something that's provably false,"
Connor said, referring to Firefox's ever improving market share,
which now stands at just over 20% worldwide. "It's asserting that
bundling leads to market share. I don't know how you can make the
claim with a straight face," he said."
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