The other day I called for an end of the EULA madness - the pages of meaningless legal gobbledygook that end users are expected to read, and agree to, when installing new software.
Here's a random selection of your views on the EULA, as per messages sent to the Hardware 2.0 mailbag.
"I'm expected to understand the EULA ... ? ... !!!"
"Why is there almost always a EULA for software drivers for hardware that I've bought?"
"I've owned my copy of XP for years now ... each time I reinstall I'm asked to agree to the EULA or send the software back for a refund ... next I'm saying 'no'!"
"Reading a EULA feels more like a stick-up to me rather than a contract between a buyer and seller ..."
"EULAs summed up in one phrase - 'you lose, sucker!'"
"If it weren't for EULAs, software might actually have to do what the maker says it does ..."
"Rule of thumb - the longer the EULA, the worse the software!"
Thanks for your feedback!