Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 10th May 2009 22:22 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes And another week passes us by. This week we were informed about two projects replacing some GNU software with alternatives, FreeBSD, KDE, OpenOffice.org, and Windows 7 did new releases, Psystar replied to Apple's allegations (and the Apple world completely ignored it), and Chrome users were the most up-to-date with their browsers. This week's my take is a prelude to the one for next week.
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RE: Comment by melgross
by melkor on Tue 12th May 2009 04:15 UTC in reply to "Comment by melgross"
melkor
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2006-12-16

How is an EULA forbidding you from using the software/operating system on a different hardware set not a monopoly? Can you please answer that? By enabling such an EULA, you are limiting competition.

I don't expect Apple Lovers to realise this, because they're usually such a self loving, egotistical "look at me" bunch of wanker$, who thinks the sun shines out of you know who's a$$. They're also usually too stupid to own a PC, hence having to own a dumbed down computer, i.e Apple.

Dave

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