...Microsoft can take some steps to remain or move into the best competitive position. It can engage in agreements tying competitive producers to Microsoft’s windows operating system, buying, promoting, exclusionary agreements that prevent other firms from distributing, or using Microsoft’s competitor’s products (Walker, 2004). It can also tie its internet browser to its operating system instead of competing on the merits.
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