Why Microsoft should stick to software

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This article appeared in the November 2017 issue of CRN magazine.

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Why Microsoft should stick to software
COMMENT  |  Microsoft has always been a software company first and a bit player in hardware. One of its most successful endeavours were mice (or, er, mouses). Back when Windows first appeared, it needed a decent mouse to work properly, and the only decent mouse available was made by ...

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