The End-User License Agreement

What is an End-User License Agreement?

An EULA is the standard license that appears in one of three forms: an electronic agreement that is found online and on the software itself (this is the kind of EULA we provide), a piece of paper included in the software's packaging, or a piece of paper added to the user's manual.

Our Terms and Conditions contain the EULA that protects the author (2BrightSparks) against unauthorized copying of the software and/or other violations of its property rights. Unless it is specified otherwise, most software products are for a single user only.

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