That question is not really a yes or no answer. I do not like certian aspects of microsoft but they are what has brougth us to the point in buisiness that we are at today. Imagine what the office would be like if we worked strickly with Unix. With out microsoft linux would more then likely never been made. And apple computers would not be what they are today alot of the things microsoft has developed has been intergrated in to other operating systems. So in a way microsoft has ead us to the point we are at today. For one with out microsoft computers would not be so populat and I would probably not be talkig to you today on this.
If we ran the country the way M$ runs its business we would of burried all the other conturies a long time ago:angel:
Can you see it, cornering the market, the unfair trade advantages, the monoply, not doing business with other that deal with our competition, bundling the american way with every thing we do....mabey then not only would english be the american language it would be the world language...(menicing laughter in the backround)
We're pretty close to English being the world language... I mean it is the official language of the Internet..... But then think about it though.... we'd have competitors like Linux and MacOS, Lindows, etc...... So would it really be all that different... as it is now we control alot of crap, are the world leader just because of sheer size, but we also have the up and coming problems in the world too.... You just created a euphemism for the US and world affairs by comparing the Microsoft to it's home the US.....
Microsoft has done more to stifle innovation and progress than any other impediment
the computing world has encountered. A rotten, crooked, monopolistic empire led by a dunce megalomaniac marketing wizard who could not program his way out of wet paper bag. They will eventually pay for all their chicanery and coercion, as the world finally wakes up and leaves them behind in a myopic fog.
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