Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 10th Dec 2005 17:37 UTC, submitted by Dark_Knight
Apple The company expressed concern that to the extent its minority market share has caused software developers to question Apple's prospects in the PC space, developers could be less inclined to develop software for Apple products, and instead feel more inclined to devote their resources to developing software for the larger Windows market or growing Linux market. Here is the 10-K form in question.
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RE[3]: Umm.. Developers?
by geopapl on Sat 10th Dec 2005 19:26 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Umm.. Developers?"
geopapl
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2005-11-27

Well, the major trouble with Windows is the fact that you cannot uninstall IE, WMP and so on.

Right... That explains the huge success of Windows XP N.

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RE[4]: Umm.. Developers?
by dylansmrjones on Sat 10th Dec 2005 23:56 in reply to "RE[3]: Umm.. Developers?"
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2005-10-02

Well, that was completely unrelated to my post, but the fact XP N has failed is because people don't know about it.

Just like many people today believes WMP is the only player for Windows and have forgotten that WinAMP exists (the latter being the better player).

My post was about how people would react to MS bundling software and had nothing to do with virtually unknown versions of XP.

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