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Oh hey, now they write "multiarch" instead of "64-bit" in their download page. That's a welcome change to clear up misunderstandings. Though I still have no idea why they won't release a 64-bit version...
Except that the ONLY users who actually have Microsoft code running in their kernels are those who are running Microsoft's virtual machine system.
This is like saying that Wal-Mart is one of the biggest builders of roads on the planet because they pave the entrances to their parking lots.
Oh there is no illusion that they contribute with a vested interest but that could be said of any contributor. Redhat contrributes for the benefit of their product, as does AMD, as to individuals who own that product, etc.