End user agreement for Techscheduler Advanced
Disclaimer - Registration Agreement
Users of TechScheduler (advanced) must accept this disclaimer of warranty:
"TechScheduler (advanced) is supplied as is. The author disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, including, without limitation, the warranties of merchantability and of fitness for any purpose. The author
assumes no liability for damages, direct or consequential, which may result from the use of TechScheduler (advanced)."
TechScheduler (advanced) is a "shareware program" and is provided at no charge to the user for evaluation. Feel free to share it with your friends, but please do not give it away altered or as part of another
system. The essence of "user-supported" software is to provide personal computer users with quality software without high prices, and yet to provide incentive for programmers to continue to develop new products.
If you find this program useful and find that you are using TechScheduler (advanced) and continue to use TechScheduler (advanced) after a reasonable trial period, you must register it! The registration fee will license one copy for use on any one computer at any one time.
Commercial users of TechScheduler (advanced) must register and pay for their copies of TechScheduler (advanced) within 30 days of first use or their license is withdrawn. Site-License arrangements may be made by contacting Dean Software Design.
Anyone distributing TechScheduler (advanced) for any kind of remuneration must first contact Dean Software Design at the indicated address for authorization. This authorization will be automatically granted to distributors recognized by the (ASP) as adhering to its guidelines for shareware distributors, and such distributors may begin offering TechScheduler (advanced) immediately (However Dean Software Design must still be advised so that the distributor can be kept up-to-date with the latest version of TechScheduler (advanced)).
Definition Of Shareware
Shareware distribution gives users a chance to try software before
buying it. If you try a Shareware program and continue using it, you
are expected to register. Individual programs differ on details --
some request registration while others require it, some specify a
maximum trial period. With registration, you get anything from the
simple right to continue using the software to an updated program with
Copyright laws apply to both Shareware and commercial software, and
the copyright holder retains all rights, with a few specific
exceptions as stated below. Shareware authors are accomplished
programmers, just like commercial authors, and the programs are of
comparable quality. (In both cases, there are good programs and bad
ones!) The main difference is in the method of distribution. The
author specifically grants the right to copy and distribute the
software, either to all and sundry or to a specific group. For
example, some authors require written permission before a commercial
disk vendor may copy their Shareware.
Shareware is a distribution method, not a type of software. You should
find software that suits your needs and pocketbook, whether it's
commercial or Shareware. The Shareware system makes fitting your needs
easier, because you can try before you buy. And because the overhead
is low, prices are low also. Shareware has the ultimate money-back
guarantee - if you don't use the product, you don't pay for it.