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Windows 7: Microsoft Poured $8.2 Billion into Research and Development

27 Oct 2008   #11
Adamd

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Well "could apple become bigger than Microsoft"

I think it's possible, but Apple will run into problems of becoming to big keeping everything to themself.

If they really want to become bigger than Microsoft they will have to allow other companies like Dell, Hp, etc release mac computers.

No way can one company by itself come out and beat Microsoft and everyone that uses the OS.


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