Basically I want to start a company. I realize you cannot use this software for commercial purposes; hence the name. Basically I have lots of "Non-commercial" software installed on my main computer.
These are what are installed:
- Microsoft Office "Non-commercial"
- Free Virus Software ("Non-commercial", Advira)
- [Remains of "Non-commercial" software that is uninstalled]
What I am doing is using a process that requires a working computer to set up another computer that I will use for my business. (More specifically Raspberry Pi with Debian- ignore this if you don't know what it is because it doesn't matter.) Microsoft will not allow me to install MS Office on any computer besides a personal one. Will creating another computer used for business on a personal computer make make the personal computer commercial, thus I broke the EULA?
Please back your information with articles and don't post opinions; I need solid facts. No Wikipedia. (I love Wikipedia but I don't want to base legal decisions of a publicly edited site.) Any help appreciated. I would be open to solutions that will not cost me anything; I am basically broke and will need every penny for actual start up of my company, not new software and computers.
Thanks in advance.
Brief Description (If you're confused):
- I have
Computer 1has non-commercial software for personal computer ONLY.
Computer 2isn't functional. It needs another computer to "Supply" the software to make it functional.
- The only working computer I have access to is
Computer 1 make
Computer 1 ** commercial?** Thus I could get sued because I broke the EULA