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Author Topic: Toolwiz Time Freeze goes shareware  (Read 592 times)

MilesAhead

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Toolwiz Time Freeze goes shareware
« on: June 02, 2016, 02:12:15 PM »
http://www.toolwiz.c...toolwiz-time-freeze/

The site is kind of funky now.  Just bullets with blurbs.  No detail on the difference between the old freeware and the new shareware.  Changelog says updated engine.  But I cannot find any detail about what is gained by paying for it.  So I assume it is a trial version now and you pay to keep it working.  Unless someone knows something specific.

If the free one worked on your machine you may want to save a copy of the installer.  :)

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Re: Toolwiz Time Freeze goes shareware
« Reply #1 on: June 08, 2016, 02:26:48 AM »
@Miles, could it be that you were thinking about ToolWiz Time Machine, not Time Freeze?

http://www.toolwiz.c...oolwiz-time-machine/


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Re: Toolwiz Time Freeze goes shareware
« Reply #2 on: June 08, 2016, 07:50:01 AM »
@Miles, could it be that you were thinking about ToolWiz Time Machine, not Time Freeze?

http://www.toolwiz.c...oolwiz-time-machine/



Nope.  Time Machine has been payware all along.  Time Freeze has always been freeware.  I just visited the site again and stuff is weird.  It may be partly due to the WiFi here.  They block strange sites or deny DNS lookup for reasons only they know.  I notice they made changes to the ToolWiz web site since yesterday.  But it looks like CSS stuff like different color backgrounds.  There is still no explanation if the thing is payware or not.  I haven't checked Softpedia yet.  ToolWiz Time Freeze installer does download.  But I don't want to go half way through an install just to get a version number.