More Paul Thurrott perspectives
Put simply, the differences between Microsoft and Apple couldn't be starker. And I'm curious, as ever, as to why Apple has such a following when it's clear that the people running that company don't care about their own customers. Yes, I'm amused to see the New York Times wake up to this fact, but come on: It's always been like this. And Apple's bizarre attack on Adobe is only more interesting now because Apple has become so big and so popular.
Maybe it's time for regulators around the globe to rein in what has become a raging, anticompetitive monster. And time for consumers to ask themselves why they blindly support such a belligerent company.