Desktop End User License Agreement: Opera Software 1995‑2009

Desktop End User License Agreement: Opera Software 1995‑2009

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Desktop End User License Agreement

Copyright (C) Opera Software 1995‑2009


The Software and Services, as defined below, is protected by copyright, which is vested in Opera Software ASA and/or its suppliers. The Software and Services may only be used in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in this document. If you do not read and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions defined in this document, you are not permitted to keep, install or use the Software or Services in any way whatsoever.



The following definitions apply to the terms and conditions included in this Agreement.

"Opera" means a Browser, developed by Opera Software ASA, for reading and writing files to and from a network and/or file system.

"Software" means Opera, all programs, servers and information files and other documentation which are part of the Opera Software package.

"Opera Unite" means a service whereby Opera, bundled with a web server, enables users to share content stored locally on their computer with others.

"Individual" means a particular person.

"Services" means the services to which Opera Software ASA provides users with access, including without limitation, Opera Turbo, the My Opera Community, the Opera Portal website, the Dev.Opera forum, the Opera Widgets website, Opera Unite, search services, personalized content and branded programming through its network of properties which may be accessed through any various medium or device now known or hereafter developed.


Opera Software ASA grants you a non‑exclusive, revocable license to use the Services and the executable code version of the Software. This Agreement will also govern any software upgrades provided by Opera Software ASA that replace and/or supplement the original Software, unless such upgrades are accompanied by a separate license, in which case the terms of that license will...

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