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Purchasing Keyman Desktop

Who must register?

Keyman Desktopis made available as trial software. You may use Keyman Desktop freely for up to 30 days for evaluation purposes. After such time, you must purchase a licence to continue using Keyman Desktop or uninstall it. See the End User Licence and Services Agreement for more information. When you purchase a licence to continue using Keyman Desktop, you can enter this into the trial version, which will convert the trial version into the fully licensed version.

How to Purchase

Keyman Desktopcan be purchased directly from Tavultesoft via the Tavultesoft Online Store or from registered Tavultesoft agents.

Clicking the Buy button on the splash screen will open the Tavultesoft Online Store in your web browser.

Pricing

Current pricing can be obtained from the Tavultesoft Online Store.

Payment methods

Available payment methods will differ depending on the seller you are purchasing from, but if purchasing from Tavultesoft the recommended payment method is by credit card over the Internet at the Tavultesoft Online Store. Other payment methods available from the Tavultesoft Online Store are PayPal Online, Western Union, Wire Transfer/Direct Deposit and Cheque/Money Order. For more information on these methods, please visit the Tavultesoft Online Store or contact Tavultesoft.

Moving a licence to another computer

You can move a licence to another computer, even after you have activated Keyman Desktop, by contacting Tavultesoft Support (support@tavultesoft.com) with your licence details and a note about moving the licence and the reason for the move (for example, purchasing a new computer, or replacing a computer that had a hardware failure).

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