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    What Is the difference Between Shareware and freeware

    What Is the difference Between Shareware and freeware!
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    well Freeware is free, Shareware isnt totally free and most of the time you got to pay for the whole version of the game, not much money most of the times
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    is there any difference in quality?

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    Shareware games would usually, by their very nature, be a slightly higher quality, although there are some good freeware games and some atrocious shareware ones.

    Freeware is a totally free product.
    Shareware means you download a demo version and then pay to upgrade it to the full version


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    Freeware games tend to be a hell of alot more popular. Your out of your mind to pay $10 for the shareware games available.

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    Shareware is a method of distributing software that you can use for a certain period of time .For example you may be limited to only using the software for 15 days without paying.
    Freeware means you can use the program completely free and do not have to pay anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harry7899 View Post
    Shareware is a method of distributing software that you can use for a certain period of time .For example you may be limited to only using the software for 15 days without paying.
    Freeware means you can use the program completely free and do not have to pay anything.
    I think they established that 5 years ago.



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