„We are in the Windows era — we were, we are, and we always will be.“

—  Steve Ballmer, Ballmer: We Will ALWAYS Be In The Windows Era http://businessinsider.com/ballmer-shareholders-meeting-2011-11 in Business Insider (15 November 2011)
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