FirstDefense-Rescue Trial Period

Discussion in 'FirstDefense-Rescue Forum' started by Leapfrog Software, Mar 17, 2010.

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  1. Leapfrog Software

    Leapfrog Software Leapfrog Management

    Jan 25, 2006
    Northern Nevada, USA
    Greetings All,

    I am pleased to see an overwhelming number of folks already purchasing our products. This has exceeded our expectations and I thank you greatly for your support.

    Now, I am certainly NOT complaining, but just want to remind folks that you have a full 7 days to trial the product in order to make sure it is exactly what you are looking for.

    Again, I thank you all for your support.
  2. johnny_dacu

    johnny_dacu Registered Member

    Jul 7, 2010
    7 days... it isn't a short period? I'm thinking to try it but i doubt in 7 days i'll be able see if this is what i need
  3. Tony

    Tony Registered Member

    Feb 9, 2003
    Cumbria, England
    Not worth trying it (even if you can find it) as the program is no longer being sold or developed. :(
  4. WiseOracle

    WiseOracle Registered Member

    Jul 5, 2009
    Too bad FD is shut down:
    I do not use Rescue/ISR Pro because of lack of Disc Space. (i have ISR Pro) Just waiting to get a bigger drive. If you did a through search you would find Rescue being uploaded by anonymous uploader with fake serial that would work. I could throw 4-5 links: maily in German and Russian website.
    I am well aware of the Forums policy but lets not avoid this: thier is no wrong talking about truth. Some programmer is cracking FD-Rescue and ISR illegally to make money. That could probably explain FD not being successful: the pot will never be full if it has a hole underneath it, so the problem is not the pot but the hole. i do not qualify for the above statement : as i am not a programmer. I read somewhere any thing written for machine language can be hacked. Maybe FD needs to be more cracker/hacker proof.

    But Fate has strange way of working its way: its called Karma. Good things need to be acknowledged and appreciated.
    Too bad FD didn't get its due.
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