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"Microsoft has been convicted by a USA court for abusing its monopoly in the desktop operating systems market in the same country. See: Microsoft antitrust case"

Can anyone expand on this? It seems out of place. Why is this important?
Talking about Microsoft without talking about its desktop OS monopoly makes no sense. --Taw
I can see that, and I can also see why the court case was important, but they were originally thrown together a bit, without explanation. Or maybe it was just not enough use of white space. :-)