It's M$ not because they "want to make money", but because they place the accumulation of money ahead of actual innovation and leadership in the market.

It would not be M$ if they competed fairly and won in the marketplace because they had the best product. It is M$ because they feel it is more important to lock their competitors out of their APIs and file formats so they can make more monopoly money through controlling consumer migration, instead of creating interoperable and high quality software and advancing the state of the art in computing.