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2.2 "Our business model works even if all internet software is free ....... We are still selling operating systems. What does Netscape''s business model look like? Not very good."

Critically evaluate how the anti-competitive behaviour of Microsoft hinders innovation or development of advanced technological products.#Minimum 100 words accepted#
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