@Guest: "Does your grandmother know the different between IE and Firefox and Chrome and Safari and Opera, etc. etc.?" She'll be forced to choose a browser WITHOUT that knowledge if she's in the EU, and if her experience with that choice is unsatisfactory (let's say she was used to IE and chooses another browser, out of confusion or on a lark or for whatever reason, she'll be all like, "WTF is this?"), well, guess who gets the blame? Microsoft! She is not likely to understand why the browser MS allowed her to install has NOTHING to do with with the product she paid for, Windows, but was forced upon her by the EU (please don't get all indignant and technical and "explain" how the EU did not force this particular "solution" upon their citizens, this is ENTIRELY a response to pressure from the EU -- No one else, anywhere, has to deal with this).