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Power-user < のgiveaway は 2018年7月7日
Windows 7/ 8/ 10; Microsoft Office 2007 or later; Software interface: English
Does "1-year license" mean:
a) not usable after 1 year
b) no updates/support after 1 year (while the sw remains functional)
xilolee, this is a sensible question to ask on this page as the answer will affect all users, many of whom (such as myself) will be asking the same question. If the question is only sent to the support people then only commentor2018 will get the answer.
The question really ought to be addressed by the GOTD team as they may have a special arrangement with the software developer that is different from the standard product license.
As 1-year licenses seem to be becoming more frequent then GOTD should be able to anticipate the question and include specific details at the top of the page, along with the requirements etc.
xilolee, would be better to have the answers posted here for all to see.
Regular pricing is ridiculous. Free for students and teachers (why ?), otherwise 16 € per month, every month, for life. I wish software developers would stop charging preposterous amounts because someone, some day, invented the subscription model. I don't rent a screwdriver. I buy one.
PowerPoint Presentations are the thing of the past, our clients and I believe most of the other clients at the other companies want the bottom line first, they do not want to set time, travel, gather, listen on a persuasion that is all bundled in few pie charts and presented only the positive side of the arguments. Since everybody knows that the negative side will never be put in a presentation, nobody pays attention to the talk or laser pointing device on an outdated chart.
Our clients want the report on one typed page with all the facts condensed and warranted to be true. The presentation is just distraction and lies to pad the positive and hide the negative.
You do not have to agree to this statement, but I have worked for a number of companies and the moment someone mentions presentation, the clients are all of a sudden not interested in any deals offered to them.
Wow. PowerPoint presentations are lies and 1 page reports are truth.
In my experience, that distinction is more a function of the author than of the medium.
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