Comments for en-gb 30 Tue 30 Jun 2015 04:40:34 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at Greg Tyler This all sounds like it was a really interesting event. And it's good to hear Microsoft execs admit to their own product's failure.Fair play to Hakon Wium Lie and the anonymous web developer, even if Opera isn't a suitable alternative, as said above. Thu 19 Mar 2009 08:35:11 GMT+1 richardwhiuk Re: Hakon Wium LieTBH, and I'm no Microsoft fan boy, Opera has been pretty terrible as well - it was firstly trial ware, and then till 2005 it including ads - hardly a product I could recommend.The real choice at the moment with Internet Explorer versus Firefox. With Firefox's market share gaining it seems that Internet Explorer's dominance could be on the wane - though I have difficulty forseeing a time when Microsoft doesn't bundle it with Windows, consumers expect a internet browser (see Safari on Mac OS X, Firefox / Konqueror in most free software distrubutions). If the EU do hit Microsoft for including IE, I find it difficult to see how it would be unbundeled - how would consumers download a web browser without one, unless it was a option when buying the computer. Perhaps the alternative is to have a option at install where the user selects a browser...Good to see that the UK web industry is alive and kicking - though coverage of teh event seems to be limited to erm the BBC. Wed 18 Mar 2009 15:49:57 GMT+1 greenstarthree Have to concurr with the anon web dev in the toilet. His audience should have been bigger.I mean, in quantity, more people, it's nothing personal, Darren.... Wed 18 Mar 2009 13:27:34 GMT+1