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Remove Time Limit From Trial Software With Time Stopper

Remove Time Limit From Trial Software With Time Stopper
So you downloaded a trial software and loved it, now what? The next step would be to use this software forever, but how would you do so? Time Stopper(Update: New version link added, now it comes without ads) is a free tool for Windows that can stop any trial software’s time for you. For example you downloaded a software that comes with 15-days trial, you used for 3 days which means 12 more days are left before it expires. Just run Time Stopper, choose the program, set the date between the trial limit, and it would handle the rest by stopping the time for you. Below is the complete guide on how to stop a time of a trial software. Note: When this tool will stop the time for a trial software, it will not change or stop your system time. First click Browse and select the executable(.exe) file of the software whose trial limit you want to remove. On the right side of the screen you will be shown a system calendar so that you can know what date is today. Advertisement

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