You must comply with this policy, which may require them to return the software with the entire device on which the software is installed to obtain a refund or credit. c. Restrictions. The manufacturer or installer and Microsoft reserve all rights (for example. B rights under intellectual property protection laws) that are not expressly granted in this agreement. This license does not give you the right to do so. B and you can`t either: a. For pre-installed software on a device. For software in general, contact the device manufacturer or installer for support options. Refer to the support number provided by the software. For updates and supplements directly obtained from Microsoft, Microsoft can provide limited support services for licensed software, as described at aka.ms/mssupport. If you are requesting a refund, contact the manufacturer or installation program to find out about the refund policies.
You must follow these rules and you may need to return the software with the entire device on which the software is installed to get a refund. b. Autonomous software. If you purchased the software as standalone software (as well as the software you purchased as standalone software), you can transfer the software to another device that belongs to you. You can also transfer the software to a device owned by another person if (i) you are the first licensed user of the software and (ii) the new user accepts the terms of this Contract. You can use the backup copy we allow you or the media on which the software came to transfer the software. Each time you transfer the software to a new device, you need to remove the software from the previous device. You cannot transfer the software to free up licenses between devices. In fact, the new licensing agreement is simpler and clearer than any similar document I`ve checked in 20 years of reviewing Windows licensing agreements. There are some notable changes I will make in this article, but each of these changes has been disclosed before.