The Telegraph called him a hero, we know him as “the world’s richest man”, and millions of donations, will not forgive his “illegal monopolistic”. Microsoft “used unfair contracts that choked off competition and preserved its monopoly position. Bill made the computer manufacturers pay for the software whether it is install in their computers or not. As a result of that, he prevented competitor from entering the market. “Microsoft had hurt consumers by stifling competition in the software marketplace, particularly at the expense of the Netscape browser”. Bill Gates only needs to win and only to win, whether he wins gracefully or not gracefully. It does not matter for him. The computer world will not forget this competitive intensity. “There are Websites dedicated to reviling him, law firms focused on foiling him and former friends who sputter at the mention of his name. Companies such as Netscape, Oracle and Sun Microsystems publicly make thwarting his “plan for world domination” into a holy crusade.”
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