© 2018 NFR Partners Inc. Portland Maine USA

EditNC by NFR Partners Inc

Questions and answers - Prices, licensing, and policies

Q: What does editNC cost? A: $250 per license (US). Discounts are available for 6 seats and up. Floating license price is $250 plus $250 per concurrently-used seat, with discounts for 6 seats and up. Q. Do I have to pay full price to upgrade from an earlier release to the current release? A. Upgrades within a release are free, as are upgrades from the release immediately prior within 120 days of installing the prior release. Discounts for upgrading from earlier releases are also available. Contact your dealer for upgrade pricing. Q: I have a notebook computer and would like to use editNC on that as well as on my desktop computer. Do I need two licenses? A: No, not if both computers are used by one person. Q: Is there a demo version available? A: The editor provides a 15 day trial period. Q: Do you use a hardware key? Is the editor locked to an individual computer? A: We offer two options. A software registration that requires entering an activation code into a registration screen or a network “floating” license that allows usage based on the number of editors actually in use at one time. Q: What if I need to change computers? Do I need to buy a new license? A: No. We provide new activation codes at no charge when an editor is moved to a new computer. Q: What operating systems does editNC run on? A: EditNC runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10. It will not run on systems prior to Vista. Q: How often are updates released? A: There is no set schedule. Historically, we produce about two updates per year. Q: Is it shareware? A: No. Only dealers can provide a demo version. Q: Are non-English versions available? A: All editor text is contained in an external, editable, file for easy translation. Q: Are educational licenses available? A: Yes. Contact us for more information. Q: Can editNC be installed on a network for use by multiple users. A: Yes. Multiple users can run the editNC from the same server, assuming they are licensed or a floating license is used.
© 2018 NFR Partners Inc. Portland Maine USA

EditNC by NFR Partners Inc

Questions and answers - Prices, licensing, and policies

Q: What does editNC cost? A: $250 per license (US). Discounts are available for 6 seats and up. Floating license price is $250 plus $250 per concurrently-used seat, with discounts for 6 seats and up. Q. Do I have to pay full price to upgrade from an earlier release to the current release? A. Upgrades within a release are free, as are upgrades from the release immediately prior within 120 days of installing the prior release. Discounts for upgrading from earlier releases are also available. Contact your dealer for upgrade pricing. Q: I have a notebook computer and would like to use editNC on that as well as on my desktop computer. Do I need two licenses? A: No, not if both computers are used by one person. Q: Is there a demo version available? A: The editor provides a 15 day trial period. Q: Do you use a hardware key? Is the editor locked to an individual computer? A: We offer two options. A software registration that requires entering an activation code into a registration screen or a network “floating” license that allows usage based on the number of editors actually in use at one time. Q: What if I need to change computers? Do I need to buy a new license? A: No. We provide new activation codes at no charge when an editor is moved to a new computer. Q: What operating systems does editNC run on? A: EditNC runs on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, and 10. It will not run on systems prior to Vista. Q: How often are updates released? A: There is no set schedule. Historically, we produce about two updates per year. Q: Is it shareware? A: No. Only dealers can provide a demo version. Q: Are non-English versions available? A: All editor text is contained in an external, editable, file for easy translation. Q: Are educational licenses available? A: Yes. Contact us for more information. Q: Can editNC be installed on a network for use by multiple users. A: Yes. Multiple users can run the editNC from the same server, assuming they are licensed or a floating license is used.