Remix OS, a new desktop OS based on Android-x86 landed yesterday, but it comes with a pretty nasty EULA that should definitely be read by its users. Many people don’t bother to read the EULA for a new operating system or application, but that is always a good idea. Unfortunately, the EULA is a huge document and most of the time you need to be a lawyer to get the finer points.
It turns out that Remix OS has a user agreement that is clearly shown before launching the OS, and it’s written in a human language that’s easy to comprehend. That’s why Remix OS users noticed really quickly that there is something very wrong with it. In fact, if any of your applications would have this kind of EULA and demands, you would immediately delete it.
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