"Software developers have always walked a tightrope when it comes to profitability. So it is only natural that a for-profit software developer would choose the platform or platforms that offer the greatest likelihood of reaching a mass audience. In the 1990s, that usually meant Microsoft platforms, particularly the Windows family of products. Microsoft's management knows only too well how to leverage its monopoly position."
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