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software rot

n. an imaginary disease that causes computer programs to go bad over a long period of time. (Computers.) What you have here is not a bug, but just plain old software rot.
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2 Electronic upload of software from vendor's equipment to customer's computers.
Addition of tangible software documentation or publications in connection with the sale of prewritten software transferred electronically.
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A brief description of each software package follows.
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