Polandís Office for Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) claims
that selling laptops with obligatorily preinstalled Microsoft's
Windows operating system constitutes a monopolistic practice and is
restrictive to competition....

The investigation, instigated in December 2007, as a result of many
complaints filed with the UOKiK by Polish consumers, has revealed that
breaching antimonopoly principles in commonplace among computer
hardware and software producers.

"[Consumers] complained that they could not make their own choice of
an operating system when buying a laptop", Malgorzata Cieloch, UOKiK's
Spokesperson has told Gazeta Wyborcza.


http://www.polskieradio.pl/thenews/business/?id=89689

The guys with suitcases full of cash (Euros, please, no crummy
dollars) are leaving this afternoon.

If that doesn't work, the guys with the tire irons are leaving next.