What you signed, accepting the license agreement El Capitan29 review
Have you already installed OS X El Capitan? If Yes, then you have accepted the license agreement, and something tells me that the level of trust towards Apple and desire as quickly as possible to get acquainted with a new operating system didn’t let you review it carefully. But a professional lawyer and developer Robb Schecter took the time and read the license agreement from cover to cover. There are some interesting points he found in it.
- Apple doesn’t sell you ON it and still owns it, while you just borrow it.
- You can use El Capitan on two virtual machines on a single computer, but these virtual machines may not be used for business purposes.
- You also do not belong to fonts from El Capitan, you’re borrowing.
- You are not allowed to modify the sounds of Hours.
- Slideshow from Photos may not be used for commercial purposes.
- You may not use illegal copies of anything with El Capitan.
- Prohibited the use of El Capitan on hardware other than Apple’s.
- You should not work with the atomic power plant at El Capitan or send the software to Sudan.
- The use of commercial video MPEG/H. 264/AVC created on your Mac, requires additional licensing for decoding.
Of course, ordinary users will be difficult to break any of the above, of course, if you are not a fan of Hackintosh or neperehodimyh pirate. But professionals who use Mac and mediajobmarket to work, you should be careful.