Hypocritical Microsoft [Comic]

For all the great things Microsoft has done for the world (and mind you, they have done some great things — nobody can rightly deny that, regardless of how much you hate Microsoft), they get a lot of crap from a lot of people. Ever wonder why? I’m sure hypocrisy could be a big contributing factor, as illustrated in the following comic. Check it out:

microsoft_hypocrisy

…Yeah…

To be fair, Microsoft isn’t the only hypocritical multi-national, multi-billion corporation out there. In fact, you would be hard pressed to find a corporation without recorded incidents of hypocrisy. However, that doesn’t mean we cannot make fun of Microsoft!

[via Joy of Tech]

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  1. JonE

    @PCdigger: Agreed!

    It’s not that I hate Microsoft, but I definitely hate what they do. I’ve had a love – hate relationship with Microsoft, like many others, for many years. And let me make it clear that it has nothing to do with how much money they make. Although, any company that takes your money should be more responsible about the support they GIVE you, for the product in question.

    And while I have my problems with Microsoft I do have to agree that, “Microsoft isn’t the only hypocritical multi-national, multi-billion corporation out there.”

    However, while I do not believe Microsoft has been reading our email, I do believe that we should, at least, be able to have the peace of mind that the OS they provide is the one piece of software that will not spy on us; I, for one, do not have that peace of mind. And while, overall, I wish MS every success, I also believe that we should be able to do, with the software that we purchase, whatever the heck we want to do with it; especially after paying absurd amounts of money for it. And we should have the peace of mind that once we lay our money on the table, and have our software activated, that at no time in the future should we have to worry about having that software wrongfully turned off, to yet once again shell out another absurd amount of money for the exact identical piece of software.

    I, for one, do not have peace of mind with the one piece of software that I should have peace of mind with, that controls all my other software.

    Microsoft is beyond hypocritical . . . . . . .