Maybe you’re absolutely satisfied with the anti-piracy technology known as i-Lok. If so, you’re one of a disappearing breed.
The dizzying hoops you have to jump through in credentialing your newly-purchased, and i-Lok-protected program mostly feels clicking “I agree” to the 21-page Agreements and Conditions enabling you to use your iPhone.
I understand the genesis of i-Lok. Software developers were getting ripped-off by pirates. That would include single-license users trying to install the software on more than one computer.
But the cutesy i-Lok dongle and it’s attendant software manager can sometimes seem a bit onerous.
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