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end user license agreement (EULA)

The End User License Agreement (EULA) defines the license agreements for the use of software by an end customer. It is a contract between the manufacturer of the software, which is the licensor, and the end customer, the licensee, which regulates the rights for the use of the software.

Such a license agreement defines, among other things, the use, transfer or copying of the software.

End-user License Agreement (EULA) for Windows NT

End-user License Agreement (EULA) for Windows NT

The end user must confirm the license agreements before installing the software by checking a box "Agree to the license agreements", or similar. Often you will also find the terms "Accept" or "Decline". Only when the end user has accepted the license agreement and has informed the software manufacturer of this by mouse click, the installation program is released.

The effectiveness of the EULA agreement is only legally binding with the online confirmation, not with previous online confirmations or with the online purchase.

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Updated at: 21.12.2017
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