Activation is a set of simple and quick steps taken upon installation in order to begin using your application. If you've used Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Office or many of the Adobe products you have already used a similar activation system. When your application is installed it contacts a central server across the internet to 'activate' your software and tie it to the provided activation code (which is printed on the box and CD case labels, or provided by email).
This anti-piracy system helps protect your investment in our software and enables us to continue its development at a competitive price. The license protection and monitoring system is managed by software_DNA from softWORKZ Innovation Inc. This system does not collect any details about you or your computer during license activation and re-activation. You may optionally enter your email address for password retrieval if ever you lose your password.
Unlike other activation systems, the software_DNA system does not tie your license permanently to your computer hardware. Instead, your license is tied to your activation code and password that you define. As a result, you will have no problem re-activating your software after reformatting your hard drive, after upgrading hardware components in your computer, or when you move your software to a new computer. However, activation and re-activation does require an Internet connection. This Internet connection can be on a different computer from where your application is installed.