Windows 10 Home End User License Agreement

The EULA is a type of license agreement that describes how a product or service can and cannot be used. The Terms of Use are a set of rules and regulations that the user must accept in order to use a service product. While Windows is pushed as a service, Windows 10 requires users to participate in automatic updates. You no longer have control over how updates are performed. Only business customers have access to advanced control over Windows Update in Windows 10. You can access the EULA for Microsoft Windows 10 by opening the RTC.rtf file license. It is located in the WindowsSystem32 folder. You can also use the Win + R keys to open Run, type winver in Run and click/press OK to open About Windows. Click Microsoft Software License Terms to open the End User License Agreement. “Open Source Software” means any software or software component or technology that is subject to an open source license. Open source licenses are typically licenses that provide source code for free modification and distribution, but can also apply to technologies received and distributed exclusively as object code. Examples of open source licenses include: (a) the GNU General Public License (GPL) or the Lesser/Library GPL (LGPL); (b) the OpenSSL license; (c) the Mozilla Public License; (d) the Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) license; and (e) the Apache License. By “you” we mean the purchaser, recipient or other end user of the product containing the Software or the purchaser, recipient or other end user of the Software on a stand-alone basis.

“You” may also be a person who has downloaded the Software from an authorized website such as or an authorized marketplace or app store such as the Apple App Store or Google Play (each such marketplace or app store is referred to in this Agreement as the “App Store” and collectively by the “App Stores”). 6. OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE. You hereby acknowledge that the Software may contain open source software. This license does not apply to open source software included in the software. On the contrary, the terms of the respective open source software license apply to the open source software. Nothing in this Agreement restricts you or grants you any rights under an open source software license to replace them. You acknowledge that the Open Source Software License is solely between you and the respective open source Software licensor. You must comply with the terms of all applicable open source software licenses, if any. License and copyright information for the open source software can be found in the product documentation, in the “Support” tab on Belkin websites, and in the “Contact Us” section on Linksys websites. Belkin has no obligation to provide maintenance or support for the Open Source Software or any product software modified by you under an Open Source Software license.


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