Going back on topic, it's not surprising that this kind of scam still exists. I remember dialer malware used to be very popular back in the day. I think there was a
(Secretly I'm the kind of guy who doesn't own a printer but goes to a friend's house and asks if I can use it. I'm a douche for sure, but they always ask me to fix their computers so I guess we're even)
It really doesn't matter if someone knows what a browser is or not, they all essentially do the same in the end. I dislike IE with a passion but it loads websites perfectly fine. It's been a while since I've installed a Mac but doesn't that only come with Safari? Doesn't Ubuntu only come with Firefox? The only reason why this whole situation came to be is because some of the smaller browsers that nobody ever heard of decided to petition this movement so they can be better known. They aren't needed as a browser, there are plenty of major browsers to choose from already, and if we have to start writing conditionals for them it'll make the cost of building websites even higher. I'm very glad that windows doesn't come bundled with the choice of web browser in my country because we're fine making decisions on our own.
People ultimately have the choice for what they do in life, what they download, and the things they decide to make. They can also choose to ignore, stop using, and move someplace else if they're not satisfied with what's going on. The thing that makes America so great is the freedom to make decisions, the ones you want to do to build your life, your business, and even your country. It is a matter of choice that is given to you, whether you know you have it or not, it is there. It will be a grim day when America is nannied like those in the UK (no offense but it doesn't work too well with capitalism). - 2cents