Tracking the anti-Microsoft movement since 1997, the MSBC Superlist now links to more than 160 Web sites and nearly two-dozen Usenet groups. The sheer size of this list proves that overall public sentiment towards Microsoft ranges from mild dislike to outright rage, and the number of people opposing the company grows by the day. Next time your Windows PC locks up and loses hours of hard work, remember that you are not alone. Then come here and join us in some good-natured venting.
To preserve anti-Microsoft content, The MSBC also has an archive of discontinued Superlist sites. We take in some of the best sites, but only those that were in danger of disappearing from the Web. The Anti-Microsoft Archive
We try to keep this listing fresh by updating it often. Sites added at the most recent update are indicated with ouricon. But, if you do find a bad link on the Superlist, please contact us about it.