Opensource is a method to make money both more efficiently(as in not staying in coffers, but working), more decentric and faster.
What you probably see as opensource, and what it is not, is part piracy and part lazyness(what most of pirates do, you included).
So when government finally is bribed by "intellectual property" owners and when it issues laws, you will go in jail for downloading any copyrighted material if you need it and cannot afford it. What will you do if microsoft doc is the only accepted format in electronic correspondence and you cannot afford buying word, but want to write a resume for a job?? What is if you are required to purchase a lot of software and pay a lot of royalties monthly to do basic things such as having basic TV and basic communications via internet? This is one part.
The next part is that a guy, using opensource software with monthly 1000 on development reason for similar result is cheaper for a company to hire, than a guy using 100,000 proprietary software per month license.
AMD is selling you hardware, which is required by software. And developing software requires SAME amount of money as developing hardware, building houses, growing food and stock trading. The only difference between opensource and proprietary is that opensource clearly distinguishes between information and matter and attempts to connect them the most efficient way for every parties, where proprietary is enslaves information in matter and seeks for the most efficient way for the slaver(owner) only. The most efficient way for the slaver is having monopoly, controlling everything including laws, controlling standarts, forcing people for no possible choice but his product and then charging them to maximum extent for no work.
The best situation would be yourself born and already own corporation money for your birth, breathing and "presence" tax. See Druuge in UQM.
To them, money is not an "oil" to make trading better, it is power to control.
A development of film incl payments for staff costs 0,50$ per person if divided by average amount of people ready to watch it. Burning a copy for each single person on DVD incl DVD-case costs no more than 0,40$. You could have legal film from Hollywood for 0,90$ each DVD, but you are paying 30$ on start and 15$ for old titles.
22$ - 0,90$ = 21,10$ pure income.
From 21,10$ pure income from each DVD, put 5$ in further marketing brainwash, 5$ in bribery for copyright laws, 2$ in making patents - the rest comes into corporation coffers.
If there were opensource development, you would pay only 0,90$ for each title if you like it to happen.