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Hi :)
Well, in many ways it's really only 1 product but in other ways it allows
each to focus on slightly different niches in the market.  MS Office tries
to be relevant to all markets by being heavily bloated and "able to do
everything" so it's far heavier, more bloated and slower than anyone would
really want if they had free choice.  

Microsoft win by ensuring they remain dominant and by convincing people that
choice, diversity and fair competition are bad for consumers.  
Regards from
Tom :)

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