I don´t know about you, but I certainly don´t want to have to install
and run Windows(through qemu or otherwise), just so I can check my
Also if 10% of a banks customers switched because their compeditors
offered them online banking( and lets face it banks that restrict
their online banking to windows customers, aren´t offering it to
everyone else ).
Personally I´d rather change my bank, then change my OS - especially
in Ireland when they´re all nearly the same.
Anyway I´m not in a position at present to take that survey, since I´m
not at home with my own computer(and am using Win in Cybercafe).
Having that said, I´ve hapilly used AIB Internet banking on Firefox,
and never noticed any lacking of features.
On 7/15/05, Conor Wynne <nospam at conorwynne.com> wrote:
> > Ahh. But of course. For me it is important I can control my bank from
> > home. I only own a computer with Linux, so obviously my bank of choice
> > will be limited to those where I can use Linux. The remaining list will be
> > evaluated by normal criterias.
>> Which bring us back to qemu & windows, because its a true windows install,
> it will be compatible with any online banking.
>> > /Ole
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