No. Reinstalling the software will not extend the evaluation period. 30 days is usually long enough to test whether or not the software will work for you, but if you would like to use it beyond the 30 days you may purchase it and evaluate it for a further 90 days risk free.
If the 30 day evaluation period is over, you will not be able to get access to the software. Instead, you'll be presented with a window explaining that your trial has ended. Essentially, this is the "About" screen that was outlined in your product's specific unlocking guide. To unlock the software, purchase a license and follow the unlocking guide, noting this slight change.
After your order is processed, you will be emailed your credentials to access our unlock support system. As this done manually for verification purposes, the email will be sent within normal business hours (Monday through Friday 9 AM - 5 PM EST).
After you enter in your unlock code, you must restart the application to make the changes. If the software still remains in demo mode, your user account does not have the permissions required to make changes to the registry. You must log in as an Administrator and then enter in your unlock code again. We also recommend unlocking the software as an Administrator if multiple user accounts are going to be using the software.
The unlock key should be unique to your PC so entering the same key on a second PC will not work. If you are getting a new PC and need to transfer the software to the new PC, then you should contact us to obtain a new unlock key.
In general, no. You should still be able to use the same unlock key. A complete reinstallation of Windows or upgrading the hard disk drive are the only two instances which may require you to obtain a new unlock key. If this happens, call us and we will be happy to assist you.
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