to randomly generate EU browser ballot list
Ars Technica / Emil Protalinski
The previous method had them listed in alphabetical order, putting‘s Safari first. Complaints from Opera, , and Mozilla resulted in the change, and also pushed Microsoft into moving the ballot screen from Internet Explorer into a standard webpage format, according to Bloomberg, which cites two unnamed people familiar with the case. The browser ballot screen will let European PC users download a third-party browser without having to use Internet Explorer.