Simply assign each browser a random number, then sort them by each corresponding number. The current solution is over-engineered. It's till random, but lacks an even distribution of probability. They should make the very simple change to "fix" that, if for no other reason than just to be beyond reproach.
such as eschewing a menubar and consolidating the commands in Page and Tool dropdown buttons.
Incidentally, Slashdotters bashed MS for doing this in IE7, but were silent about Google doing the same thing in Chrome. Which reminds me that slashdotters also bashed Microsoft for merging the Back/Forward navigation stack into a single dropdown control in IE7, but said nothing when Firefox 3 copied that idea. I only point out these things to show that slashdotters aren't the most objective analysts when it comes to judging UI.
That said, I agree with you that Chrome's UI is better than IE's, and I think Chrome's UI is the best of all browsers.
OEMs with discounts for not bundling competing software. So the "power isn't left with them".
bundle competing browsers. They didn't "pull" Windows from OEMs that did bundle them.
Looks to me like the Pirate Party has a horrible vote vs party membership ratio. It's shockingly pathetic. So what will 5000 more members mean? 10000 more votes? Big deal.
BTW, yes the Pirate Party is utterly insignificant politically. Or do you think that zero seats is significant?
Repel them. Repel them. Induce them to relinquish the spheroid. - Indiana University fans' chant for their perennially bad football team