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Yes, I was a professional in the industry in the 70s and 80s, and I remember many product comparisons, not one said a product was better. Name one, and show a URL.
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mlw They can do no such thing. Those cases are about whiny, non-compebreastive companies crying to abusive governments because their...
I do remember, quite vividly, a comparison between MS Word, Word Perfect, and WordStar where MS Word "won" on one of the tests. Getting to the bottom of the document. WordStar had won the year before, but this year, MS Word cached the last page of the document, thus allowing it to get to the bottom the fastest.
Now, the purpose of the test was to test how fast and efficient the word processor was. MS Word cheated, and the reviewer said as much, and later word processor tests removed that criterion.
Yea, over previous versions of Windows, if you recall.
Microsoft will fail, all companies do at some point in time.
Yes, that is a specific meaning of "price fixing," but it is not the only meaning. (I knew that's what DFS was trying to get at) Price fixing in conjunction with "collusion" is not about monopoly power but of conspiracy.
Price fixing in this context is setting a price in the absense of compebreastion. Given any reasonable definitions of "price" and "fixing" is a perfectly valid use of the terms.
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Long time coming, I bet! I don't agree with that. You are plainly using price-fixing in a negative connotation that implies illegal conduct. Your admitted conditions do not meet any...
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Well maybe you are not a twit and you just have a very poor mail reader and-or ISP. In any event this gives...
No, they were charged with criminal behavior of anti-compebreastive practices, which includes using its monopoly power to threaten to set the price of its software artificially high to squash compebreastion.
I have and I understand them completely, the difference is that I am not looking for technicalities or semantics in the wording to refute the actual facts.