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 Post subject: Ad Muncher licence policy?
PostPosted: Fri Jan 16, 2009 10:43 am 
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I was interested in buying Ad Muncher:
http://www.admuncher.com/ ..
but I'd like to double-check this statement before I pull out my debit card:

"The number of Ad Muncher licenses you purchase decides how many copies of Ad Muncher you can have installed at a time.

If you would like to move a license to a different system, Ad Muncher must be uninstalled from or reverted to trial mode on the first system before the license is used on the new one."

If I have to reinstall Windows Vista(for any reason),will my licence transfer over to the freshly-copied OS..or will I have to pay again? Just wondering...
Also,is this a yearly licence or is it lifetime?


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Ask them.

Why is this in the Dog Pound? Their licensing is perfectly reasonable.


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Sorry,I couldn't figure out where to place my question. If you need to move it to another subforum,that's fine.

I sent the sales team a email. Hopefully,I'll get a response fairly quickly.


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AMD64Blondie wrote:
If I have to reinstall Windows Vista(for any reason),will my licence transfer over to the freshly-copied OS..or will I have to pay again? Just wondering...


Yes, you will be able to, provided you are not using the license on a second computer.

The software will most likely see the new installation as a different computer.

I see no problems with their current EULA.

However, I wouldn't purchase this program personally. Instead I would use free tools, but that's just me.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 17, 2009 11:52 am 
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I got a email back from the developer,and they said that quote:
"While the license never expires it is limited to a series of versions.




So right now if you purchase a license, you can use it for all 4.x versions forever.




If and when v5.x series is released there would be an update fee, but we are still in

the middle of the life span of the v4.x series.




Reinstalling Windows is never a problem.




http://www.admuncher.com/reglookup.shtml " end quote

That's a relief to know.


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