Re: Preinstalled at no extra cost
English has a history of relentless mutation in response to cultural and geopolitical changes.
Take for example your sentence
"That must mean you get it before..."
Decomposing your sentence, we have:
That: Middle English, from Old English thæt, neuter demonstrative pron. & definite article; akin to Old High German daz, neuter demonstrative pron. & definite article, Greek to, Latin istud, neuter demonstrative pronoun.
must: Middle English moste, from Old English mōste, past indicative & subjunctive of mōtan to be allowed to, have to; akin to Old High German muozan to be allowed to, have to
mean: Middle English menen, from Old English mǣnan; akin to Old High German meinen to have in mind, Old Church Slavic měniti to mention
you: Middle English, from Old English ēow, dative & accusative of gē you; akin to Old High German iu, dative of ir you, Sanskrit yūyam you
get: Middle English, from Old Norse geta to get, beget; akin to Old English bigietan to beget, Latin prehendere to seize, grasp, Greek chandanein to hold, contain
it: Middle English, from Old English hit
before: Middle English, adverb & preposition, from Old English beforan, from be- + foran before, from fore
As you can see, English is a moving target. By Old English standards, your sentence is nonsensical, and should have been written more like:
"Thæt mōste mǣnan ēow geta hit beforan..."
Perhaps you should simply relax and watch evolution in progress.