If it's immoral to "own" information. Why is it moral to own atoms? They existed well before human beings. Why is it moral to own land? Is the fact that your ancestors and their ancestors claimed ownership of the land a long time ago? Is conquering people and taking their land a good claim on ownership? Why is it moral to own natural resources? Because the resources happen to be within the artificial borders of the thing you called a country?
I am not saying that physical property and intellectual property are not different. They are.
I am saying that the moral question of whether it is moral or immoral to own either is subjective.
Literally. Microsoft touts all the capabilities built into Windows as advantages. The software and services to do all that are integrated into Windows. They aren't easy to remove. And the more things you have running, the more work the box has to do (even when it's idle, those services are still working in the background) and the more power it consumes. Android, OTOH, doesn't have all those services integrated into the OS, and it's a lot easier to remove unneeded services when they're separate components that you can just take out of the startup scripts.
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