This pot is really black, ignore the blackness of that kettle
"It's telling, though, that Microsoft's approach to advertising on Windows is as uniform as its approach to selling Windows. One-size-fits all pricing, rigid brand policing, control of the channel, and restricted access to code. It's a restrictive and controlling model "
And this is different to Apple how? The "I'm a Mac" adverts were exactly the same in both countries but with different actors. There are a handful of Macs available, but a million different PCs can install Windows. If you are going to talk dirt on Microsoft by comparing them to Apple, at least pick out something that Apple doesn't already do and much worse.