RAMS has a perfect right to know who uses their software. As well the RAMS Demo has full free support, just as the registered version. When you register the RAMS Demo, you are considered a RAMS customer during the demo useage.Originally Posted by ynneb
RAMS also "knows" their customers as "People". Not as a "Number" unworthy of a human responce to their request for a key...or for help.
Regarding the last line of your message.... You're right. RAMS appreciates users wanting to try the software. We also feel privileged that you tried it. However, you should see the "free" use and "free" support as a privilege. Certainly, you may purchase RAMS at the end of the demo.... but again, you may decide not to.... either way, you have used RAMS Software, RAMS Support, RAMS Office Personell,... all for "free"... Yes, this should be looked at as a privilege.