Why does Microsoft Windows cost more?

Microsoft Windows is a commercial, closed-source product, and requires a monthly licensing fee to use. This fee for standard Windows Server 2008/2012 is $14.95 per month, which is the same price for a cPanel license on a Linux-based server.

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