Microsoft engaged in anti-competitive conduct because it wanted to be as
dominate in the Internet browser market as it was in the software and
operating systems markets. Do you think that Microsoft needed to engage
in this conduct to beat Netscape and other
browsers? Would they have been successful if they hadn't engaged in
anti-competitive conduct, based on the same skill and innovation that
they employed in the operating system and software products?
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Microsoft wouldn't have engaged in anti-competitive conduct to dominate internet browser market. They would have employed the principle of fair-play to allow Netscape and other browsers to compete favorably in the market.They were supposed to come up with better ways to find their space in the market.
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