"Therefore, what we have here is not so much a case of Linux
losing ground in the netbook market, but of Microsoft and OEM
hardware partners reshaping the market into "the same ol', same
ol'". It has become a market where Microsoft has substantial
monopoly market advantages, dating back to 1981, and where it has
honed substantial, oft-times illegal anti-competitive market
"And yet, even in this market, now reshaped to favour
Microsoft's monopoly machinery, Linux still snared 24% of 'netbook'