End-user License Agreement
An end-user license agreement, also known as a EULA or software license, is a legal contract between the manufacturer or distributor of a piece of software and the user of that software. The EULA outlines the terms and conditions under which the user is permitted to use the software, and may include provisions such as the duration of the license, the allowed uses of the software, and any restrictions on the user’s ability to copy, distribute, or modify the software. The EULA may also include a disclaimer of warranties, in which the manufacturer or distributor states that the software is provided “as is” and that they are not responsible for any damages or losses that may result from the use of the software. EULAs are an important part of the software licensing process, as they help to protect the rights of both the user and the manufacturer or distributor of the software.