Changes in the EULA without prior, written, letter of intent to paying customers where the changes suddenly deny paying customers a reasonable "fair use" installation?
Oh, bad business Stardock. Bad business.
You do know that even Microsoft allow you to install Windows on both a stationary and a portable device? Little Stardock and their little tweak? Not so much. Greed is ugly.
It sure looks like Stardock is losing money and need to add server level copy protection instead of actually, you know, make people want to buy their products.
First sell of Multiplicity, then do typical accountant/investor changes in their software/licenses to - in their mind - force people buy more licenses because they're bleeding money? Makes me wonder if Stardock is close to Chapter 11? (Bankruptcy)
Do you want people to crack their copies? Because that's how you get pirated software.
I've bought everything in Stardock's program inventory, but this makes me want to uninstall everything. Stick to the EULA you sold us the products on, Stardock.
Every single company that has made changes like this before have 1) given advance information to customers, both new and old 2) offered refund for affected products.
Yes. I know post #16. But that's just some poor schmuck in Customer Relations trying to piss on a fire... They didn't understand or care enough about their customers to inform us prior to the changes and they should've known and cared.