In submitting a new proposal in which bundling of OS's with PC's would be banned, a European think tank took what some may consider a swipe at Apple.
The Globalisation Institute chose to omit Apple from the plan, which would force all consumer PCs to be shipped blank, free of any pre-installed operating system.
"We consider the Mac to be a premium, niche product, like a Bang and Olufsen television, which is difficult to justify in the business world outside of the publishing sector."
Because the Mac has such limited appeal, the group claims that it is no real threat to Microsoft's monopoly.
And you know, as much as it may pain some people to admit, they're absolutely right.
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