Microsoft Backpedals With Office 2013 Transfer Restrictions

The updated policy will provide functionality for  users to transfer Office 2013 software to another PC no more then every 90 days, or transfer the software to another person provided they are the original buyer and remove the software from their system. The new policy applies to retail perpetual licenses of "Office Home and Student 2013, Office Home and Business 2013, Office Professional 2013 and the standalone Office 2013 applications." The revised licensing language will arrive with future releases of the product, but the new policy is "effective immediately," according to Microsoft's announcement. Read the full blog



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