What does the End-User License Agreement (EULA) say?

Provided that you accept its terms, the EULA gives you permission to use the software and grants you some additional rights. The EULA also imposes certain restrictions on your use of the software. The EULA includes the "Grant of License" section, which describes how you may use the software.

Also included in the EULA are restrictions against reverse engineering, leasing, or renting the software, and other restrictions that apply to the particular software. In addition, the EULA describes the terms under which you may make a backup or archival copy of the software, and it details the limited warranty provided for the product.

For more information, see the End-User License Agreement, located at Systemroot\System32\eula.txt.

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