Stands for "End User Licence Agreement".

This is a legal agreement to which you have to acknowledge acceptance before being able to install most software applications or services.

The EULA dictates what you can and cannot do with the software. For example you promise not to hold the developers liable for any problems the software may cause etc.

You sometimes have to tick an "I agree" check box or you have to scroll to the bottom of the EULA document before the software installs itself.

Challenge see if you can find out one extra fact on this topic that we haven't already told you

Click on this link: EULA


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