It’s not going to happen, but if Apple would offer its “marvelous software for the Windows platform, thereby saving Windows users the expense of buying a Mac, the world would be a better place,” Windows users believe, according to an Australian IT column. For example, during a get-together of Australian tech reporters at last month’s Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco, a Windows-oriented PC magazine editor, impressed by the latest iLife incarnation, said, “Why can’t Apple see that they’d be much better off selling it to the other 95 percent as well? I’d buy it tomorrow.” He shouldn’t hold his breath. Rob Schouten, vice president of Apple applications marketing, explains: “The magic of the Macintosh is in its software—it’s our major differentiator from the Windows experience. So there will be no Windows version of iLife.”