Best Ways to Extend the Trial Period of any Software | Simple Tricks

How to extend the trial period of any program? 

Today we will discuss about software trail extend because Not everyone have  enough money to buy software and many paid tools, most of which are necessary for our daily use. The solution is to use trial versions. Some companies allow a trial period (mostly 14 or 30 days) that we can use the paid program for a limited time period. We are forced to stop using it at the end of the trial period. What if the trial period of any program can be extended? This is what we will explain on this subject and I know that there are many looking for a way to bypass or increase the trial period of any program.

Note: Here I'm not using any software eg: Crack, patch. I'm using simple tricks.

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Extend the trial period of the program by modifying the registry: 

There is something called Windows Registry on Windows operating systems. You can not avoid it while trying to increase the trial period of the program. Why because Windows Registry is running as a record of our business on your computer. Most programs inject a key or something like this into the registry after installing it. Works as a reference for the program to see if the trial period has been exceeded. Fortunately, Windows allows us to modify Windows Registry by using Registry Editor. But you need user privileges to access them. Follow the steps below to bypass the trial period of the programs using Windows Registry Editor:

Step 1: First of all, press the Win + R keys together. It will open a Run dialog box. There, type Regedit and press enter to see the Registry Editor. You may be asked to provide user privileges by selecting Yes.

Step 2: Look at the left part of the window and go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE → Software → Your program name is there. If you find any key with the same name as your program, delete it without any hesitation.

Step 3: Similarly go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER → Software → Program Name. Look for a key on behalf of your program. If you find anything delete it.

Step 4: Close the Registry Editor and press the Win + R key again to get the Run dialog box. Type% temp% there. You will get a list of temporary files. Delete everything in this folder.

Step 5: Go to C: \ Users \ Your Username \ Appdata You will see three folders, Locallow, Local, and Roaming. Search all these folders for files with the name of the program. If you find anything, delete it immediately.

Step 6: Finally, restart the computer. You can use the demo program from now on without any problem.

Increase the trial period for any program by changing computer time: 

If you do not want to populate your computer with a lot of software, you may not want to install any custom tool. In such a scenario, you can use this method.

Step 1: Go to the installation folder of the program for which you want to extend the trial period. Probably the name of the program \ C: \ Program Files

Step 2: Right-click the folder and choose Properties. Look for the word "Created" on the right and you can see the date specified for installation.

Step 3: Click on the clock displayed on the system tray (at the bottom right of the taskbar). Select the date and time settings and change the time accordingly. Do not change it to a date that exceeds the trial period. That's it!! You have set everything to run the trial program correctly. Now you know how to extend the trial period for any program.

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