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Old August 22nd 10, 08:53 PM posted to comp.sys.intel,comp.sys.ibm.pc.hardware.chips
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Yousuf Khan wrote:
On 8/19/2010 2:21 PM, Robert Myers wrote:
So now Intel, the invincible giant in the eyes of so many, is now
boxed into x86, with ARM, IBM, and still AMD all around it. Just the
perfect time for government regulators to step in and limit Intel's
power to bully.


Well, Intel decided to buy McAfee today. Maybe that'll get them away
from all of those bully-boys surrounding poor Intel. They can now
concentrate on ridding the world of the virus their architecture spawned.

??? For the most part the CPU is innocent of any virus issues, they are almost
all software, and almost all of that is software from one company. Compatibility
rules, AMD runs virus' as fast as Intel.
 




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