You could interpret it that way. And I wouldn't disagree...
We couldalso go with the old 64K limit on early MS-DOS/CPM and say that the boys that owned MS at that time were interested in "expanding" their reach.
Also that somewhat contested statement that 640K (1MB minus MS overhead) was enough for everyone. Until MS wanted to get into the corporate suites and run some real software.
Not to talk about taking an essentially single-user OS and jerry-rigging it to try to server multiple users, and sometimes multiple desktops.
Just like the proverbial frog and the slow leakage of democracy - how have we let these inadequate buggers dictate what 90%+ of the world uses on their desktops? Yes, I know that most embedded devices and ALL phones don't run MS software.