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How does a program with say a 30 day limit know when that 30 days is up?? And then even if you unistall it, and reinstall it, it still knows you used your 30 days. Is it something involving the registry or what?? Thanx for the help ahead of time.
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Suffice to say "it does" and that's the main thing..

How it knows or where it stores that info is not for us to tell you so that you can figure out some way to get around it..

If you liked the demo, buy the complete version!!

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