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  • Battle of the Bytes: Macintosh vs. Windows 95

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    Battle of the Bytes: Macintosh vs. Windows 95 It used to be that the choice between a Mac and a PC was pretty clear. If you wanted to go for the more expensive, easier to use, and better graphics and sound, you went to buy a Macintosh, for the cheaper price, it was the PC. Now it is a much different show. With the release of Windows 95 and the dynamics of the hardware market have changed the equation. On the other hand, Apple has made great price reductions on many of their computers last October

  • Essay on Microsoft and Antitrust law

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    arrangements? Of course not. Consider that Windows became the industry standard because PC-makers thought it was a "superior" product. An assessment that surely took into account the entire set of product features, not only technical features but also ease of use, quality, price, service, and contract terms. Just like any other product in the competitive market. Consider that there were no barriers that would prevent another competitor from driving Windows out as being the market leader. These are

  • Microsoft Antitrust Lawsuit Project Essay

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    as a condition of their Windows licenses. The government continued its investigation into Microsoft, primarily at the urging of Microsoft's competitors who felt that Microsoft was ignoring the conditions of the consent decree. The war between Microsoft and the Department of Justice actually began with the rollout of Windows 95. In an attempt to gain a greater market share of the Internet browser arena, Microsoft began packaging Internet Explorer as part of their Windows operating system. Microsoft

  • Microsoft Antitrust Paper

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    high barrier to entry. Third, and largely as a result of that barrier, Microsoft's customers lack a commercially viable alternative to Windows, the operating system of all PC's. Microsoft enjoys so much power in the market for Intel-compatible PC operating systems that if it wished to exercise this power solely in terms of price, it could charge a price for Windows substantially above that which could be charged in a competitive market. Moreover, it could do so for a

  • Microsoft Antitrust Paper

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    commercially viable alternative to Windows, the operating system of all PC's.      Microsoft enjoys so much power in the market for Intel-compatible PC operating systems that if it wished to exercise this power solely in terms of price, it could charge a price for Windows substantially above that which could be

  • The Microsoft Antitrust Case

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    impliedly conditioned upon the licensing of any other Covered Product, Operating System Software product or other product (provided, 1 Microsoft produces software, including operating systems for PC (Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000), operating systems for local network and Internet servers (Windows NT, 2000), “back-office” products for network and Internet servers, Internet clients, Internet and network servers, desktop applications (Office, Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, MS-Money, etc.)

  • Analysis Of The Movie ' Julien Donkey Boy '

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    In his sophomore film, Julien Donkey-Boy (1999), director Harmony Korine tunes in to the psychotic perspective of Julien (Ewan Bremner) – a suburban schizophrenic with raisin-black eyes and detachable dentistry – and his almost equally grotesque family, in a disorderly smear of violence, incest, and finally, tragedy. The film 's fragmented narrative structure, with its grainy and hand-held visual style, shudders on to the screen in a fusillade of discursive vignettes, that reflect, not only the digital

  • The Computer Industry

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    Based on these numbers one can assume that consumer demand was initially exceeded by Windows 95. However, Microsoft headed by Bill Gates was not satisfied and they had experienced success and they wanted a lot more of it. One man, also in the computer industry, had some say in this pursuit of ultimate success. This man, Steve Jobs, was the mastermind of the computer giant Apple. Both had no intention of giving in and losing the industry race. Many people picked their side of the battle by choosing

  • Dogma Rules Add “Character” to Italian for Beginners

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    techniques to distinguish their films from mainstream films. The movement away from mainstream filmmaking occurred through the creation of the Dogma Manifesto. Dogma 95 was a set of rules for film production that forced filmmakers to innovate through new methods of filmmaking. One such film created according to the rules of Dogma 95 is Italian for Beginners. Although Italian for Beginners does not follow all of the aesthetic rules of Dogma film production, the characters and their stories allow

  • Ako Si Itlog

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    Command & Conquer™: Yuri’s Revenge™ LATE BREAKING NEWS FROM THE FRONT Copyright 2001 Electronic Arts Inc. All rights reserved. Westwood Studios™ is an Electronic Arts™ brand. Version #: 1.001 November 12th, 2001 For latest news and updates visit WWW.WESTWOOD.COM - - TOP SECRET - - Commander: Thanks for your continued participation in the global war effort against the madman Yuri. Our boys at the Lab have come up with some modifications for your arsenal that should

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