Its official, once I installed iTunes 7.x (which I am uninstalling) it installs an addin into Outlook! I can't find any reason for this. I haven't determine exactly why it installs it and what it does (I disabled it). This is to go through a nasty bundling of stuff with iTunes (anyone understand why Apple gets away with this but Microsoft gets critisized for it?). When I install iTunes I get:
Looks like they've hired some good people from Real and AOL to help them annoy users. I'll just have to live without their music store.
Anyone else have this experience?
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