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DEAN S GALLOWAY

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ARCAOS Personal vs Commercial?
« on: May 30, 2017, 04:25:30 pm »
Hello all,

Just wondering if there is any functional differences between the Personal vs Commercial editions?

Thanks,
dg.



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Re: ARCAOS Personal vs Commercial?
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2017, 05:03:45 pm »
No.

Priority support is the difference.

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Re: ARCAOS Personal vs Commercial?
« Reply #2 on: May 30, 2017, 06:23:52 pm »
Hi Dean, welcome to the OS2World forums.

From a software binaries point of view there are no difference on the products.

If you compare the two sales sites it only differs on:
  • Personal: The ArcaOS Personal Edition is for individual users who will not be using it for business.
  • Commercial: The ArcaOS Commercial Edition is for business users and commercial enterprises.
And...
  • Personal: 6 months of technical support and updates included.
  • Commercial: 12 months of priority technical support and updates included.

You can read more details on the ArcaOS End User License Agreement.

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The ArcaOS Personal Edition is for private individual users who will not be using it for business. ArcaOS Personal Edition includes six (6) months of updates and support. Each ArcaOS Personal Edition license allows one (1) Installed Copy.

The ArcaOS Commercial Edition is for business use and includes one (1) year of updates and priority support. If you are a business, require more than fifty (50) Installed Copies, or simply want priority support, then you need the ArcaOS Commercial Edition. The ArcaOS Commercial Edition license can allow any number of Installed Copies as specified by the Authorized Use in your PoE.


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