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#1 Ataryu

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Posted 25 June 2004 - 12:49 PM

I hate Microsoft because of windows. They force their self to be a monopoly. They make crappy Windows and then ask so much money for a bleep. But no, they don't stop there, they make all this great software, but then...oh...oh guess what. *Slap in the face* Its only for windows! They couldn't just make Windows a great product to become a monopoly, nooooo. Why? I have no idea. I guess they would lose more money who knows. But if windows was great everyone would want it...and then they could share the software with other OS's...I dunno, Microsoft piss's me off. If I am wrong correct me....I may not have much knowledge on this subject...I just think I do, lol. :thumbsup:

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#2 dudeman

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Posted 25 June 2004 - 01:33 PM

That's why I don't pay for it :thumbsup: NEVER!

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Posted 28 June 2004 - 01:33 AM

On the other hand, the fact that 95 percent of the computers in the world use Windows makes it possible for someone to sit down at just about any computer and understand how to use it (think also about MS OFFICE in this regard when you change employers ).
Additionally, because it IS so dominant, more secondary software is available for it than would be the case if a company had to make a different application for, say, six or seven different OS.
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John
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