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default browser

The Web browser that is launched when a Web link (URL) is clicked in an application. Many users install a second and third browser and can change the default from one to another as desired.
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At the end of a Microsoft slide show showing the "simple procedure" of installing a different default browser on the Apple Macintosh, Judge Jackson broke in, saying that, "It doesn't tell me how to do it.
6 released with ability for BlackBerry users to set BOLT as default browser
And third, that Microsoft had made its continued support for Office 97 on the Mac conditional on Apple making Internet Explorer its default browser.
The European Commission (EU) announced a decision today that will, for the first time, give European Windows users the freedom to choose an alternative default browser over Microsoft Internet Explorer.
5, with new features sure to please the more than 18 million users who have already downloaded the popular app and OEMs who have made BOLT the default browser on their handsets.
lt;p>"If Mozilla can enable some customization to developers and IT professionals to not only brand but give greater control to manage and administer the Firefox browser, that will certainly have companies take another look at it to make it the default browser of choice," McLeish said.
Trading card was making Internet Explorer default browser.
1 Alpha, along with other features like user accounts and default browser settings.
Browser makers Mozilla and Opera accused Microsoft of force feeding Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) to users with Windows Update and silently changing the default browser on PCs.
Under this agreement, Visual Fan will preload BOLT as the default browser on its newest Allview branded handsets.
Today, that's simply not possible because the cost of the most effective channel for distribution, shipping as the default browser with new computers, for everyone except the OS vendor, is prohibitively high," he argued.