My friends, my colleagues and students alike know my passion for Apple products (and my parallel dislike for Microsoft ones). My only deviation from total devotion to the iPod-iPhone-iPad-Mac range is due to the iPhone not having a large enough display to read books and papers comfortably. I sweat every time that my students (whose majority are Windows-orthodox) present me with problems deriving from using some applications on a Microsoft-based machine (this happens routinely with the application OmegaT in my course on computer-aided translation). Some days ago I happened to visit the website of Arthur Charpentier and take a look at this image (via @Brilliant-Ads), which represents quite well the perception of most people (even Windows-orthodox) on the quality of the Microsoft browser (as compared to other browsers, not just Safari…). Here it is for you.