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How to Bypass Trial Period Expiration of Softwares

Many times you think about How to Bypass Trial Period Expiration of Softwares, when its a very useful software and you don't want to purchase. We all are are familiar with many software that run only for a specified period of time in the free trial mode. Once the trial period is expired these software stop functioning and demand for a purchase. Here show you how you can run the software beyond their trial period. Though we suggests to go and buy a genuine version of that software and we do not support any kind of piracy, and this tutorial only for educational purpose.

How does this useful trick work?

Before you read how to hack the software and make it run in the trial mode forever, lets understand how this software works. When any software installed for the first time, it make an entry into the Windows Registry with the details such as Installed Date and Time, installed path etc. After installation every time you run the software, it compares the current system date and time with the installed date and time. So, with this it can make out whether the trial period is expired or not.


So with this being the case, just manually changing the system date to an earlier date will not solve the problem. 
For this purpose there is a small Tool known as RunAsDate. RunAsDate doesn't require any installation process or additional DLL files. RunAsDate is a small utility that allows you to run a program in the date and time that you specify. This utility doesn’t change the current system date, but it only injects the date/time that you specify into the desired application. 
RunAsDate intercepts the kernel API calls that returns the current date and time (GetSystemTime, GetLocalTime, GetSystemTimeAsFileTime), and replaces the current date/time with the date/time that you specify. It works with Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista and 7. It works with 32 bit and 64 bit versions.

Run your Software Forever follow these Steps:  
1. Note down the date and time, when you install the software for the first time.
2. Once the trial period expires, you must always run the software using RunAsDate.
3. After the trial period is expired, do not run the software(program) directly. If you run the software directly even once, this hack may no longer work.
4. To avoid any chances of runnung the software program directly, you can delete its shortcut from the desktop and create a new shortcut using runasdate and place it on the desktop.
5. It is better and safe to inject the date of the last day in the trial period.
For example, if the trial period expires on Jan 31 2010, always inject the date as jan 29 2010 in the RunAsDate.

Using RunAsDate from Command-Line: 
You can also use RunAsDate from command-line, with the following syntax:
RunAsDate.exe {/immediate} {/movetime} [dd\mm\yyyy] {hh:mm:ss} [Program to run] {Program parameters}

Examples:
RunAsDate.exe 22\10\2002 12:35:22 "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\OUTLOOK.EXE"
RunAsDate.exe 14\02\2005 "c:\temp\myprogram.exe" param1 param2
RunAsDate.exe /movetime 11\08\2004 16:21:42 "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\OUTLOOK.EXE"
 

RunAsDate Limitations: 
RunAsDate only works on 32-bit Windows applications. You cannot use it for old DOS 16-bit programs or for 64-bit Windows applications.
RunAsDate will not affect applications that take the current date/time from another source. For example: application that loads the current date from remote server.
This software may not work with Antivirus as they run in Background.
 

Download Link for RunAsDate:

RunAsDate (22 KB only)
RunAsDate (22 KB only, for x64 ) 
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