Opera downloads triple after browser ballot screen debut

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    Computerworld Article By Gregg Keizer.​
     
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    And people STILL find something to complain about: "On Monday, an IBM software architect criticized the ballot's shuffling, saying that his tests showed Google's Chrome was the most likely to get the preferred spots."

    Oh boo freaking hoo. MS already played along with this stupidity once, it's time to leave them alone. Congrats to Opera, too bad it took this nonsense for them to see that triple download rate.
     
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