Microsoft's IE8 tweak in Windows 7 'not enough', said Opera

"The only functional difference is that the Internet Explorer 8 component is not available, that users can turn off in the ‘Turn Windows features on and off' control panel in the Windows 7 RC build.’ All other parts of IE will remain in the E editions, since some of the OS's functionality, particularly Windows Update, likely […]

"The only functional difference is that the Internet Explorer 8 component is not available, that users can turn off in the ‘Turn Windows features on and off' control panel in the Windows 7 RC build.’ All other parts of IE will remain in the E editions, since some of the OS's functionality, particularly Windows Update, likely depends on those components," said Arik Cohen. But Opera Software, the Norwegian browser maker remains dissatisfied with Microsoft’s move: "The rendering engine will remain," "Who knows what Windows Update would do? You could wake up in the morning and see all of IE8 there again," said Hakon Wium Lie of Opera. Opera wants the EU to order Microsoft to insert a ballot screen into Windows, reports Computer World.