"It can simply not be maintained that computer hardware
is specifically designed for Windows. If it were, we wouldn't be
able to run Linux and since we are, it isn't. If such a policy were
adopted, we would get our money back for every piece of unused
Microsoft software. No hassle!
"But then again, Microsoft would still have an advantage,
because it comes preinstalled, which is an unfair business
practice. This is where the browser choice comes in. Isn't it much
neater to let the customer choose which OS he wants to have by
having two Operating Systems preinstalled? It can't be done? Of
course it can! I once bought a laptop and could choose between
Windows 3.1 and Windows 95. I ran a dual boot system for four
years. Don't tell me it can't be done! It has been done."