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Submitted by Rowland 2155d ago | article

Microsoft anti-competitive? Surely Mozilla and Opera jest

Microsoft has never been known for being the friendliest of companies, especially towards those who compete against it. That does make a bit of sense, competitors usually aren't all that nice to one another, and Microsoft, having so many products, has a lot of competitors. But, when being mean to competitors means being mean to the average computer user it can be an issue. Or, Mozilla and Opera could just like complaining about Microsoft just like everyone else. (Industry, PC, Tech, Xbox 360)

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