Microsoft® Windows® 7 ‘browser ballot’ dilemma solved
Microsoft is offering a choice of up to ten Web browsers to be installed with Windows 7 operating system. But the question remains how to choose a Web browser that you want to install.
To solve this riddle, the company has offered a "Ballot Screen" that will simply ask some questions to determine what is important for a user while using the Web.
The problem and the fix
A list of key selling points isn't enough to quickly point someone towards the most suitable browser choice because most of the browsers offer same features like good security, tabs, compatibility with modern Web sites etc.
So, 'Ballot Screen' is what is suggested. Ballot Screen presents a short series of simple questions to decide what features or characteristics are most important to someone choosing a Web browser. Windows would suggest the most relevant browser, based on the answers given questions.
Question 1: Are you interested in changing the look and feel of your browser to suit your personal needs? [Yes] [No]
Question 2: Are you interested in downloading such tools to make your Internet Browser more capable, such as automatically posting favorite links to sites such as Digg or Twitter? [Yes] [No]
Question 3: Do you simply want a browser that runs faster than all available browsers? [Yes] [No]
A user would just click [Yes] or [No] to vote against each of these questions and then press OK. Now depending on the user's answers for the questions, Windows will suggest an Internet Browser and explain some of the features of that Browser.
Microsoft's main concern was that PC users should have a choice between available Web browsers in the market.
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