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Understanding that, an organization known as Free Software Foundation, Inc. has made available [free of charge] legal licenses to be applied to works created at the creators digression, which permit the end user to use, modify, and redistribute the software creation within the set boundaries and limitations of the legal document of the creators choosing.
When going through the installation process of software, I give great heed to the legal licenses displayed on the condition of installation and use. Having learned from experience, I typically keep my eyes prone to searching for anything out of the ordinary, as I have found that many software publishers attempt to sneak in legal agreements permitting 3rd party advertising and data harvesting software, which the average user would not notice if they are simply clicking through the installation.
The beginning or top of the legal agreement is where the normal license would begin, and as the creator has at least placed this wording from the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE of the Free Software Foundation, Inc., it has been omitted from this article below as the standard expected wording is beyond the scope of this article. Rather, we are focusing on the discrepancies between the creators attempts at making his work look as legitimate as possible.
Just remember, if you are installing this program, you are permitting software work to be installed onto your computer packaged by someone who cared enough to stamp his work with a copy right, but did not care enough to even read through the legal license he was providing you with for the software he desires you to install onto your computer. 2b1af7f3a8