shareware

Shareware vs Licensed - What's the difference?

shareware | licensed |


As a noun shareware

is (computing) a type of software that is distributed without payment but is limited in any combination of functionality, availability, or convenience.

As an adjective licensed is

(of a person or enterprise) having been issued with a licence (by the required authority).

As a verb licensed is

(license).

Shareware - What does it mean?

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Scareware vs Shareware - What's the difference?

scareware | shareware |


As nouns the difference between scareware and shareware

is that scareware is (computing|informal) software that attempts to scare the user into compliance, as by displaying false warnings of virus infection while shareware is (computing) a type of software that is distributed without payment but is limited in any combination of functionality, availability, or convenience.

Taxonomy vs Shareware - What's the difference?

taxonomy | shareware |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and shareware

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while shareware is (computing) a type of software that is distributed without payment but is limited in any combination of functionality, availability, or convenience.

Groupware vs Shareware - What's the difference?

groupware | shareware |


In computing|lang=en terms the difference between groupware and shareware

is that groupware is (computing) software designed to be used collaboratively by multiple users on a network while shareware is (computing) a type of software that is distributed without payment but is limited in any combination of functionality, availability, or convenience.

As nouns the difference between groupware and shareware

is that groupware is (computing) software designed to be used collaboratively by multiple users on a network while shareware is (computing) a type of software that is distributed without payment but is limited in any combination of functionality, availability, or convenience.

Sheila vs Shareware - What's the difference?

sheila | shareware |


As nouns the difference between sheila and shareware

is that sheila is (australia|new zealand|slang) a woman while shareware is (computing) a type of software that is distributed without payment but is limited in any combination of functionality, availability, or convenience.

Trialware vs Shareware - What's the difference?

trialware | shareware | Related terms |

Shareware is a related term of trialware.

Trialware is a related term of shareware.


As nouns the difference between trialware and shareware

is that trialware is (internet) software that can be tried for a limited time, after which it expires or has limited functionality while shareware is (computing) a type of software that is distributed without payment but is limited in any combination of functionality, availability, or convenience.

Postcardware vs Shareware - What's the difference?

postcardware | shareware | Related terms |

Shareware is a related term of postcardware.

Postcardware is a related term of shareware.


As nouns the difference between postcardware and shareware

is that postcardware is (computing) a software product whose author requests as payment a postcard from the user's hometown while shareware is (computing) a type of software that is distributed without payment but is limited in any combination of functionality, availability, or convenience.

Donationware vs Shareware - What's the difference?

donationware | shareware | Related terms |

Shareware is a related term of donationware.

Donationware is a related term of shareware.


As nouns the difference between donationware and shareware

is that donationware is (internet) a variant of freeware that offers an option to its user to donate money to the program's author while shareware is (computing) a type of software that is distributed without payment but is limited in any combination of functionality, availability, or convenience.

Demoware vs Shareware - What's the difference?

demoware | shareware | Related terms |

Shareware is a related term of demoware.

Demoware is a related term of shareware.


As nouns the difference between demoware and shareware

is that demoware is (computing) a cut-down demonstration version of a computer program so that it can be tried before purchase while shareware is (computing) a type of software that is distributed without payment but is limited in any combination of functionality, availability, or convenience.

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