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Add trial and demo functionality to any .Net Framework application.

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Trial MakerOverview

Editor: Trial Maker is a system that allows software developers to quickly and easily add trial and demo functionality to any .Net Framework application. Creating a trial version of your applications allows your customers to download and try the application in their own environment at their own pace.

Demo applications are one of the best tools to converting downloads and page views into sales, but converting an application that would expire and be sure required extra effort, programming and sometimes a completely separate application.

Trial Maker is an extremely cost effective solution to enabling trial functionality in your applications, without a ton of effort.
# Create Trial/Demo versions of your software with ease
# Supports days, executions and set date trials
# High end encryption and security to protect the trial
# Low cost, buy once and use for unlimited products

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Fixed some bugs.

Trial MakerTech Specs

Version
1.3.218.1006
Date
09.17.09
License
Free to try
Language
English
File Size
7.71MB
Category
SubCategory
Operating Systems
Windows Vista, 2003, XP, 2000
System Requirements
No additional system requirements.

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