"Microsoft chairman Bill Gates, in a published interview,
refused to rule out breaking up his company to settle a government
antitrust suit, but a spokesman said Monday that the company would
reject a break-up."
"Gates also said that making the Windows secret source code
public, a remedy suggested by some, would be bad for
consumers. If the code were public, people might modify it and
make it inconsistent, he said."
"It would be bad if "when people buy Windows they don't know
what is in it," he said."
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