If the software is an update to an earlier version of the Adobe software (the previous version), the customer`s use of that update depends on maintaining the previous version. Therefore, if the customer validly transmits this update in accordance with section 4.6, the customer must transfer the previous version with it. If the customer wants to use this update in addition to the previous version, the customer can only use this update on the same computer on which they installed and used the previous version. Any obligations Adobe may have to support earlier versions during the term of the license may end with the availability of this update. No other use of the update is allowed. Additional updates may be granted by the Adobe customer with additional or different terms. I have exactly the same problem, every forum I`ve checked tells me that the end user agreement should be displayed when opening Acrobat Reader, but that`s not the case because I installed about two years ago (and I probably accepted the deal at the time). I can`t reinstall the whole thing because I no longer have these hard drives and I`m not able to open the PDF in my web browser. 1.8 «Permitted Number» means one (1) unless otherwise stated under a valid certificate (for example. B volume license) granted by Adobe. 16.1.3 Nothing in this Agreement (including Section 4.4) limits any non-negligible right to the decompilation of the Software, which is in accordance with the legislation applicable to the Customer. If, for example, the customer is located in the European Union (EU), the customer may, under certain conditions set by applicable law, have the right to decompile the software when this is necessary to ensure the interoperability of the software with other software and the customer has first requested Adobe in writing to provide the information necessary for such operation, and Adobe did not provide this information.
In addition, such decompilation may only be performed by the Customer or any other person authorized to use a copy of the Software on behalf of the Customer. Adobe has the right to impose reasonable terms before such information is provided. All information provided by Adobe or obtained by Customer, to the extent permitted below, may only be used by Customer for the purposes described above and may not be passed on to third parties or used to create software materially similar to the expression of the software, or be used for other actions that violate the copyright of Adobe or its licensors. 14.2.1 If you purchased the Software in Germany or Austria and have your habitual residence in that country, Section 8 does not apply, but Adobe`s legal liability for damage caused by slight negligence is limited, subject to the provisions of Section 14.2.2, as follows: (i) Adobe is only liable up to the amount of the damage, which is generally foreseeable at the time of conclusion of the sales contract, for damage caused by slight negligence. of an essential contractual obligation and (ii) Adobe is not liable for damages caused by slight negligence of a non-material contractual obligation. . . .