nag screen

nag screen

An advertisement in a shareware program that routinely asks the user to register and pay for the software. Although it generally pops up at the beginning or end of the program, it can appear at certain intervals as it is being used. See nagware.
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All of these products are available as a free trial with nag screen at http://www.
You'll see a nag screen each time you open the program--unless you register--but the screen layout is logical.
The registered version, which will avoid the nag screen, only costs $9.
If my math is right, 11/98 ends this column's opening decade working for Gloria Gordon and CommWorld as IABC's linguistic nag screen, ever in search of adverse linguistic events.
0) that has no time limit or other restrictions other than a nag screen are available at http://www.
There are no feature limitations or nag screens," he added.
Registration removes all time limitations and nag screens, gives you free unlimited support and entitles you to free upgrades and new version updates.