“As far as I can tell, these narratives are rooted in not only a limited view of the technology industry’s history, but also in a very short-sighted one. It seems as though since Microsoft’s Windows platform dominated much of computing for several decades, it must mean it’s inevitable that this domination repeat itself. It seems the expectation from many is that we are simply waiting to see which platform wins,” Bajarin writes. “More specifically, which platform will dominate computing market share the way Microsoft did in the past. Let me explain why this is not going to happen.”
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