A lot of software cost us a lot of money. Even if updates are available, they are also very expensive and after a few years you have to buy a fresh new licence.
Why should the supplier of the operating system be allowed decide how long software should remain functional? Publishers of books aren't allowed to collude with printers to have a timed self-destruct mechanism built-in, so you have to buy a new copy every few years.
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