Source: The New York Times
quote: crosoft is just butthurt that they aren't allowed to bundle IE with Windows anymore
quote: Windows packing one automatically installed browser was a different scenario.
quote: Which is a HUGE double standard considering the "openness" of windows and the ability for any user or OEM to install competing browsers on their devices.
quote: Forgetting the 90s and early 2000s when MS forced OEMs to pay a windows license on any computer, whether it had it or not?
quote: Which is a HUGE double standard
quote: If people don't like the way Microsoft bundles their software, then don't buy Windows.
quote: I'm not sure how the price of the OS or whether it's open source has ANY reflection whatsoever on the situation.
quote: There's no God-given right of the people that says all software that you pay for must have what you want.
quote: It's like trying to say that Intel needs to provide versions of their CPUs with integrated graphics from AMD. No of course not. Intel's hardware designs are Intel's. Microsoft's software designs are Microsoft's.