The Big Loser in This Year's Olympics: Adobe

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brockalee

I'm not super fond of Adobe. I constantly have problems with Flash, especially in Firefox. (I think because it doesn't use activeX.) And though thinking of a MS product working better on Mozilla software sounds odd, at least there's a chance. With MS I just worry that they'll do something with DRM that monks it all up... :(

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dwr50

to view the Olympics online at MSNBC or NBC.They dont't give you much choice. I chose not to install.

 

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Talcum X

 Doesnt MS have a huge play in NBC...or OWN it?  MSNBC???!!  Something tells me they didnt have a choice.

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sdcat

So how many would uninstall silver light afterwards? Probably not too many, but how many would use it later on?

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Paul_Lilly

Your question of how many surfers would use Silverlight after installing it gets right to the point. Because Microsoft snagged this account, there are now more Silverlight-enabled PCs out there, which may encourage website developers to take advantage of the technology. It's a tough proposition to program content for a limited userbase, and the decision becomes much easier once an expanded userbase is in place.

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