A note to have before reading this topic is that I do not own Windows 7. I have to thank Microsoft for making Windows Vista however, which led me to the world of Linux.
EULA = End User Licence Agreement
After having a look at http://www.cyber.com.au/cyber/about/...pl_to_eula.pdf
I decided to have a look at the Windows 7 licence to see if it has changed much. Without ownership of such a product ( of which I would only be able to read the EULA through a tiny box on the screen
) I decided to google 'Windows 7 EULA' and ended up at this page:
Anyway, I was then taken to a download link for a PDF containing the EULA. I believe these PDFs are generated-on-the-fly as the name of the document was a bunch of random characters ( Windows 7_Ultimate N_English_5bc4c434-f247-4b8d-b146-cf47307d269b.pdf ) and in doing so it presented me with a rather satisfying error at the very end of the file.
See attached image, very bottom to the left of my cursor.
It seems Microsoft is adamant about my behaviour in a certain concern.
Perhaps EULA-ID? Funny anyway.
( From store option --> Windows 7 --> Ultimate N ( very bottom ) --> English )