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Re:It IS a bundle

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on January 06, 2007 11:35 AM
Non sequitur. The fact that the EULA refers only to Windows doesn't mean the company must accept a return of one item and not the other.
You can buy a product that has two parts and find that one of them is nto fit for your purposes and ask for a refund, but the business has no obligation to accept a return for only the part you don't like. They have all the right to offer a refund for the whole system.
It might not be the most efficient thing for them for an isolated situation, though it is probably the most profitable option for them in the long term as fewer buyers would end up asking for the option (putting aside the fact that they are losing buyers by not offering a Linux option).


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