Originally Posted by bmwkbiker
Just because something that once was an option is now standard in NO WAY implies it is now free, its cost has just been rolled into the MSRP.
With your reasoning Microsoft has no standing to sell its OS for ~$100, because it cost them less than $1 to cut (or support the download) of the OS.
Guess what MS gets this hefty premium because
1) The product it has market value
& 2) MS is a business that needs to recoup its development ( & SG&A costs)
You have zero reading comprehension.
You make up stuff and then argue against it. Who said anything about MSFT?
Make all the strawman you want. Not biting.