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demowareSoftware that is used to demonstrate a product's features, but has limitations. It will either expire at a set time, or it is limited in functionality. See trialware, crippleware, lite version, shareware and wares.
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: A form of "crippleware," usually distributed by a commercial entity in order to provide you with the look and feel of the application before you buy it.
Our first "demoware
" was operational in 1987, and we released Version 1 of POSTGRES to a few external users in June 1989.
There is even a DemoWare
library which allows you to download demo versions of various programs.
- Demon Star
- Demonstration Cities and Metropolitan Development Act of 1966
- Demonstration, Political
- Demoor, Jean
- Demorest, Ellen Louise Curtis
- DeMorgan's theorem
- Demostene Botez
- demountable pack
- demountable partition
- demountable tube
- Dempster, A. J.
- demultiplexing circuit
- Demuth, Charles
- Demut-Malinovskii, Vasiliiivanovich
- Demutskii, Daniil
- Demutskii, Daniil Porfirevich
- demyelinating disease
- Den Haag
- Den Helder
- Den, Vladimir
- Den, Vladimir Eduardovich