Why Do People Bash Microsoft?Commented on: 6 years ago
(May 30, 2008)
Why do people bash Microsoft? - because it's their turn! IBM was in the same position in the 80's when critics were slamming IBM's code bloat and Microsoft was the new boy on the block who wrote...
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