I don't see why. Bill Gates seems like a very nice man. I think a lot of people have received misconceptions about what kind of person he is without knowing the facts. He has been used as the image of the geeky, evil, treacherous businessman in a lot of things, including most memorably in The Simpsons.Albab wrote:Thing is, I simply prefer macs; If I had both, I'd use both, but I only have a five to seven year old cube running OSX. I have to say though, a 5-7 year old windows is nearly unuseable (at least to me) due to eyesoreness/other such things. I use my computer for day to day things that don't require huge amounts of processing; I want my computer to look like it's been polished, not like it's just fallen off of a conveyor belt somewhere. Windows=games mac=day to day use. Mac-only games are better, anyway, for the most part, though it would be nice to play something without having to wait a few days/years. BUT the intel macs can run windows, so that's what I'll stick with. I have nothing against windows; I don't really trust bill gates, but hey, whatever.
This is the popular image of him, I think, and not the fair one. Do you know he has donated a third of his life savings to charities? His life savings are over $100 billion.