They should bundle it with a choice. When you set-up it could connect and ask which browser you want to use and give you the option to type an address for a different browser.
The way it's done now is still anti-competitive. Think of all those Dell rig's where no one changes the browser as it already comes with IE. They are not giving their buyers a choice and a browser is a seperate piece of software from the OS.
It's true that they don;t make any money of IE, but they make a shed load from the default home-page address, and search funictions. Think of how many people have no idea how to change that.
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