Microsoft adds "rental rights" alternative

01/12/2010 | CNET

Beginning with the new year, Microsoft started giving those who want to rent out computers using Windows or Office the option of paying a onetime license fee. The so-called "rental rights" fee applies to entities such as Internet cafes, airport kiosks and business service centers that want to rent out the equipment to third-party users.

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