|Someone wrote in mjg59,|
You're labouring under a huge misconception here. We don't have such power, quite simply.
Note pjones' caveat about the Windows 8 *Client* logo. As he says, this does not apply to servers. He invites you to draw your own conclusion. The obvious conclusion is that the combined 'corporate and market power' of people who write server OSes (us, and others), people who manufacture servers, and people who use them is such that they don't want this mess in that market, and it won't be. Fine.
But no, Red Hat absolutely does not have the 'corporate and market power' to impose our desires on the consumer PC hardware market. You'd like if it we did. I'm sure we'd like it if we did. But we don't.