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GiMeSpace Desktop Extender Comments

Installmonetizer has been removed from this software

about GiMeSpace Desktop Extender · ·

The added software offers that used to be provided by installmonetizer are no longer bundled with this software.
So there are no longer "tricky" screens that want you to install other software.


Annoying nagging popups

about GiMeSpace Desktop Extender · ·

I'm trialling this software, and so far it does more or less what it says on the can. However, at installation it tries to 'induce' you to install some crapware. Why is this necessary when it's a commercial software?

And there are annoying nagging messages popping up regularly about the need to buy a licence after the 30 day trial period is over, which, again, is obvious, since it's a trial period. It's ruining my trial period and is putting me off the whole product, even though I generally like it so far.