"Recently, Microsoft started to sell a new operating system,
Windows Vista. There are a few reasons to believe that, this time,
it will not be successful.
"Microsoft seemed like a new kind of player in the eighties that
offered a low-cost operating system with development tools, a
pretty face, easy learning, and promised to replace Unix with
advantages. The Unix establishment did not see it coming, because
they saw a toy that would never invade its dominion, the high level
applications that drove big business..."
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