R.J. Satori said: "Steam was, I believe, the first such service to slip their storefront & DRM into physical packaging in order to directly undercut the brick & mortar storefronts they were competing with."
Again.... Steam installs their internet browser on your PC, not their storefront. Your under no requirement to use it. You want to argue they force install an internet browser you don't need to use, go ahead.
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