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Third-Party Software

Third-party software definition (noun)
1.

Third-party software is a computer program created or developed by a different company than the one that developed the computer’s operating system.

For example, any software running on a Microsoft computer that was not created by Microsoft is third-party software.

Appears in: Privacy Policies and Terms and Conditions

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