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Advanced Timer & Card Copier now available under Exemptionware license

Handheld PC News

Posted 5 years ago | Announcement | 2 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

We are pleased to announce that Thomas Graupner of Handheld Solution has kindly agreed to release two of his organisations formerly commercial H/PC titles under the HPC:Factor Exemptionware license.

Advanced Timer 1.50 and Card Copier 1.1 can now be downloaded for free from the HPC:Factor Software Compatibility List.

The Exemptionware license is designed to allow copyright holders to retain rights to their formerly payware software creations while allowing the community to benefit from the software for free without any support or warranty commitments from the developer.

For more information on the Exemptionware license and on other Exemptionware software, please see the Exemptionware section of the download centre.

With thanks to Thomas for his generosity.

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Posted on 08 February 2014 at 10:59

Comments on this article

There are 2 comments for this news item.

Joff's Avatar Joff 09 February 2014 10:57:57 AM
Thank you Thomas, Chris and everyone else involved at HPC Factor.

It is with your generosity and time that keeps this community alive.
I have only joined HPC Factor recently but I am pleased I found your site guys, great job!

I must confess, I don't own an HPC.
I own PocketPCs and Windows Mobile phones (including HTC SPV which was the first Microsoft powered phone :-)

I am on the lookout on EBay to grab a Jornada 720 for a bargain price :-)
Or any other HPC if you think I should go for something else better.
HPC is a great form factor...
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 04 March 2014 8:27:39 AM
Have you picked something up now? :)
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