Google Launches Cloud Operating System, Calls It a Browser | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Google Launches Cloud Operating System, Calls It a Browser

When Microsoft rolled out its first web browser, in 1995 (or thereabouts), it "linked and levered" again -- by building Internet Explorer into Windows and soon rendering the then-dominant Netscape Navigator an also-ran. Of course, this particular linkage also got Microsoft in hot water with the Justice Department, and the resulting penalties and scrutiny essentially put an end to the "link and lever" strategy (and, with it, the fearsome seek-and-destroy intensity that Microsoft had employed since its earliest days).

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