>>That's why I find the hype for IE 4.0 that's already starting to be kind of
>>funny. I mean really, do we really want a browser for our desktop?? The
>>comments coming from the "experts" in the press sound exactly like those before
>>BOB was released. How it will be great for the masses, all written in a very
>>condescending tone. M$ could survive BOB bombing, but with all that M$ has
>>invested in IE, if it bombs, it could be the beginning of the end for the Evil
>I don't get why the browser should be the interface either.
>Why should it be? I don't see any advantages, what have I missed that will
>make it so great?
>I personally like useing a seperate program, rather than a 'built in' on.
>I mean, if the text editor were to become just a part of the OS, I'd hate it.
>Because I wouldn't be able to replace it with something 'better'.