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That would require a separate license.
|Wednesday, Oct 17 2012 @ 4:24pm||news|
Here is my paraphrase of the license terms which must be agreed to when setting up a new computer which comes with Windows 7 Pro SP1. Just in case you need to know. (This isn't mine fortunately, I was volunteering at an organization which bought the computer.)
You may not transfer Windows from this to another computer.
Only 1 user at a time can use the computer.
If you choose a language when setting up Windows, you may not reinstall and choose a different language later.
Some fonts have restrictions on how they may be embedded into documents.
You may not share any icons, images, or sounds that are part of Windows.
No more than 20 other devices can connect to this computer, and they may use only the following services on it: File Services, Print Services, Internet Information Server, and Internet Connection Sharing.
Only the primary user of this computer can open a remote desktop session to it (without needing another license).
Microsoft can remotely initiate validation that the Windows software on the computer is properly licensed.
If you run performance benchmarks on the .NET components of Windows, there are restrictions on how you may disclose the results of such benchmarks.
Only one backup copy can be made of the Windows software on this computer.
If you transfer the computer to a third party, they must agree to all terms of the agreement.
|Wednesday, Oct 17 2012 @ 3:49pm||news|
Pro Republican Rob McKenna, and pro marriage equality. Inslee campaign notes that the Times is among the top 3 groups making independent expenditures in favor of McKenna.
|Wednesday, Oct 17 2012 @ 3:39pm||news|
Half the brain sleeps at a time?
|Wednesday, Oct 17 2012 @ 8:54am||news|
Flipping the classroom for social justice.
|Wednesday, Oct 17 2012 @ 8:16am||news|
"You can't just be doing this."
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Connecting Lower Queen Anne with Myrtle Edwards Park and the Elliott Bay Trail.
|Sunday, Oct 14 2012 @ 11:09am||news|
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