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| Do you read the EULA when installing games and software ? |
|What is EULA ?||20.1% (22)|
|Start: 02-14-2009 03:52|
|Last: 02-21-2009 03:22|
|#1 - Posted by: GOODY (Staff) on 02-15-2009 at 03:41|
I am surprised at how many don't know what the EULA is tbh.
EULA = End User Licence Agreement.
This is the thing you agree to every time you install a piece of software or game.
|#2 - Posted by: computernerd (Staff) on 02-16-2009 at 15:31|
I don't read it cause it's not like I'm gonna contact a lawyer if the game doesn't work :p.
|#3 - Posted by: SilentBob00 (Member) on 02-17-2009 at 08:57|
Nowadays, the only installers i'm comfortable just skipping through are FOSS apps I pick up from source forge and the like.
|#4 - Posted by: _Commando_ (Member) on 02-20-2009 at 16:08|
Sure I read it (and consider every possible implication of what it says). I wouldn't know what else to do with my time. Some times I start up installations just for the heck of it, then cancel when I see a clause in the EULA that I don't like ;-)
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