i suspect it’ll be bundled with itunes by default, set itself as the default browser, set quicktime as the default media player, and set your homepage to the mac store with an imac already in your shopping basket.
One day later, it’s hackable. Does that really surprise anyone? My hunch is its equally hackable on OSX, but thats not quite as newsworthy, is it?
I’m sure there’s some big long uber-strategy here, but I don’t see it. IE is not-so-great. Firefox is fine. Opera is fine. Do we need another browser? Especially the oh-so-mediocre Safari. Is this a “foot-in-the-door” strategy? Sure doesn’t seem that way.
Where’s iPhoto for Windows? Now THAT would be interesting, especially considering there’s no dominant photo app on the PC platform.
I’m 2 weeks into my Vista experience, and it’s clear to me that there’s plenty of opportunity for Apple to continue to outshine MS these days. I’m not even close to making the leap personally, although my “right-click outage” (it stopped working until I rebooted) was pretty darn frustrating. But bringing over the browser certainly doesn’t seem like the most obvious way in.