Frequently Asked Questions about FullShot 10 Trial
Before you download the trial version, you may have a lot of
questions about what the trial version will do, how to compare the standard and
professional, and how to uninstall the trial version.
Click here to read the FullShot 10 Trial Version
The self-extracting file fshot10.exe contains
FullShot Standard and Professional Edition . System Requirements: Windows XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 10. You can duplicate and distribute the downloaded executable freely.
Be sure to remember where you save the file on your hard drive. After you complete the download, double click on fshot10.exe.
And then follow the on-screen instructions. It normally takes about less than 1 minute to
complete the installation.
License Key - Full Copy vs. Trial
The installation requires a valid license key. If you are a
licensed FullShot 10 user, enter your license key there and the program
becomes the full production software. Otherwise type TRIAL as your
license key and the program runs in the trial mode.
The FullShot 10 trial version (fshot10.exe) has all the features. You
may try it free for 30 days. But if you plan to use it for any business
purposes, you need to purchase a license. After the 30-day free trial and
evaluation period, the trial version will be running in the DEMO mode.
Certain features will be removed automatically.
Purchase the Full Version Online
If you'd like to order the
FullShot 10 production version immediately, click here.
Convert the Trial Version to
the Full Version
Click here to see instructions on how to convert your trial
version to the full version.
Learn to Use FullShot 10
Both the download version (fshot10.exe) and the CD version have a complete PDF printable version User's Guide.
It is accessible through the Help menu.