single-user license


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single-user license

The authorization that grants one user the right to use a software package. It may grant the user the right to install the software on only one machine, or it may authorize installation on any number of machines as long as that same licensee is the only user. See EULA.
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ExamXML costs $39 (USD) for a single-user license with free upgrades.
Also, if the single-user license is silent about the purchaser's right to make a backup copy or adaptation, then making either of them for archival purposes or as an essential step in using the program on a machine should be permitted, since doing so is allowed under the Copyright Act.
www.canvastic.com Software, Single-user license $69
G-Lock SpamCombat costs $29.95(US) for a single-user license with free upgrades.
Pricing for a single-user license for Windows is $4,495.
RegRun II 2.5 costs $19.95(US) for a single-user license. Fully functional versions of all Greatis Software products are available for a 30-day evaluation(http://www.greatis.com).
List prices will be $595 for a single-user license and $1,795 for the LAN license (unlimited users).
Exclusively for Windows operating systems from XP to Windows7, Friendly SQL for Oracle is affordably priced at $99 USD for a single-user license which includes one year of support and free upgrades to any purchased major version.
Cost: $1,295 for a single-user license; $1,995 for a network floating license.
www.cricksoft.com Software, Single-user license $199

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