Why Windows 7 Doesn't MatterJan 27, 2009, 20:33 (3 Talkback[s])
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"So if Windows 7 matters as little as I think it does (although the masses of BBC coverage would argue otherwise), what should we be worrying about? It has been, and still is the issue of browsers. Making cross browser compatible websites is still a pain and holds back the creativity of those trying to make decent Web 2.0 applications. But waiting for everyone to comply to the latest standards is why we're still stuck in the dark ages with no variables in CSS rendering or a standard way of allowing Web 2.0 applications to become desktop resident, as examples.
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