- Microsoft Internal OEM Price Guideline (Exhibit PX07790)
- How to transition OEM without looking bad (Exhibit PX02129)
- Sell through insurance with the OEMs (Exhibit PX02196)
- Microsoft and the secret shopper program (Exhibit PX02820)
- How to bypass the legal sniff test with volume pricing (Exhibit PX04044)
- Office Works & Home Essentials Revenues & Licenses (Exhibit PX04058)
- Top 10 U.S. OEMs based Windows 98 (Exhibit PX04072)
- Microsoft Confidential (on OEMs) (Exhibit px04528)
- Amstrad MS License Agreement (Exhibit PX05130)
- We need to turn the spotlight on the hyenas (Exhibit PX09139)
- Microsoft: OEMS are our delivery people (Exhibit PLEX0_2905)
- Don't let OEMs interject themselves into the customer boot experience (Exhibit PX02848]
- Mutually agree to do exactly what I tell them (Exhibit PX04076)
- OEM's are resisting (Exhibit PX05003)
- Don't let the big manufacturers off the per system hook (Exhibit PX00023)
- Bill Gates: an ISV that writes to COR is just f*cked (Exhibit PLEX0_2759)
- Kempin: Compaq truely pisses me off (Exhibit PLEX0_2455]
- Fxxk HP (all divisions) (Exhibits PX05099 and PX05101)
 Posts of Interest
- Antitrust: How Microsoft Came up with Windows Bundling (exhibits PX00980 and PX00982) - This post illustrates Microsoft's intent to exploit OEMs so that they restrict choice (operating systems).
 Microsoft's Fight Against Sub-notebooks and GNU/Linux at ASUS (2008-09)
- ASUS Enters the Slog Business
- More Suspicious Moves from ASUS
- It’s Unofficial: Microsoft Pays ASUS (Kickbacks) to Block GNU/Linux. Will EU Commission Step in?
- ASUS: “Currently, We’re Closely Tied up With Microsoft”
- What is Going on with ASUS and GNU/Linux?
- ASUS Profits Fall 94% After Getting “Closely Tied Up with Microsoft” at the Expense of GNU/Linux
- Microsoft Embracing, Extending, and Extinguishing Sub-notebooks
- Does Microsoft Blackmail Sub-notebooks Vendors?
- What Microsoft’s Anti-Linux Taskforce in Wal-Mart Teaches Us About Sub-notebooks