... yet no one is crying foul. Or a Mac, for that matter.
If UEFI was an illegal monopolistic practice, Apple couldn't sell a single Mac.
Being able to install an OS other than what came on your hardware isn't a "right" it is a "feature" and if you aren't happy with that, there isn't much you can do about it. There is no legal mandate for an OS to be installable on all compatible hardware either.
If someone can point to a law or legal precedent to prove otherwise, I'd love to know I'm wrong. Until then, all of this uproar over "monopolistic practices" is simply factually incorrect.
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