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26th Apr '18 2:55:10 PM angie710
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* Netflix has a one-month free trial when you first sign up.

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* Netflix has a one-month free trial when you first sign up. Hulu also offers a free trial, as do many streaming services that require ([[{{Freemium}} or recommend]]) a subscription fee.


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* Both SlingTV and DirecTV Now, two services that allow users to watch popular cable/satellite networks (and sometimes even local broadcast channels) without a cable or satellite subscription, have a free one-week trial.
6th Apr '18 4:49:06 AM Assassin-sensei
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* Website/{{Crunchyroll}} offers a 14-day free trial for their premium membership - unless you use certain promotional codes provided by YouTubers who are partnered with them, which bump that free trial up to 30 days. Furthermore, the site offers premium members "Guest Passes" which allow them to gift their friends with 48-hour premium trials.

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* Website/{{Crunchyroll}} offers a 14-day free trial for their premium membership - unless you use certain promotional codes provided by YouTubers [=YouTubers=] who are partnered with them, which bump that free trial up to 30 days. Furthermore, the site offers premium members "Guest Passes" which allow them to gift their friends with 48-hour premium trials.
6th Apr '18 4:48:47 AM Assassin-sensei
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** Windows 8, Server 2012, and newer no longer start the 30-day trial period when Windows is installed, but one can still turn the free trial using Command Prompt; if Windows isn't activated, it merely disables a few personalisation options and displays a watermark in the lower right-hand corner of the screen.

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** Windows 8, Server 2012, and newer no longer start the 30-day trial period when Windows is installed, but one can still turn the free trial using Command Prompt; if Windows isn't activated, it merely disables a few personalisation personalization options and displays a watermark in the lower right-hand corner of the screen.


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* Website/{{Crunchyroll}} offers a 14-day free trial for their premium membership - unless you use certain promotional codes provided by YouTubers who are partnered with them, which bump that free trial up to 30 days. Furthermore, the site offers premium members "Guest Passes" which allow them to gift their friends with 48-hour premium trials.
1st Feb '18 3:40:02 PM Romagnadvoratrelundar
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* All versions of Microsoft's [[UsefulNotes/MicrosoftWindows Windows operating system]] from Windows XP onwards have a 30-day free trial period from the time of installation, after which Windows needs to be activated (by entering a product key purchased from Microsoft) in order to remain fully functional.
** Windows XP and Server 2003 would stop working completely after 30 days unless you activated them.
** Because the mechanism Microsoft used for detecting pirated copies of Windows resulted in quite a lot of false positives, Windows Vista and Server 2008 were modified so that they continue to work after the 30 days are up; however, unless Windows is activated, the desktop background is blacked out, most of the personalisation options in Control Panel are disabled, a watermark appears in the lower right-hand corner of the desktop, and the computer reboots every hour.
** Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 act much the same as Vista and Server 2008, except that fewer features are disabled, and, instead of rebooting every hour, a window periodically pops up reminding you to activate Windows.
** Windows 8, Server 2012, and newer no longer start the 30-day trial period when Windows is installed, but one can still turn the free trial using Command Prompt; if Windows isn't activated, it merely disables a few personalisation options and displays a watermark in the lower right-hand corner of the screen.
17th Nov '17 7:16:56 AM shadowmanwkp
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* Stan., Australia's own straeming service, also offers a free 30 day trial.

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* Stan., Australia's own straeming streaming service, also offers a free 30 day trial.
17th Nov '17 7:16:17 AM shadowmanwkp
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:: Much more useful were the floppies AOL (and some of its competitors) used in the 1980s and '90s which could be erased and used for your own data. Many people never had to buy a diskette of their own even once, thanks to the mountain of them flowing through their mail slot courtesy of AOL.

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:: ** Much more useful were the floppies AOL (and some of its competitors) used in the 1980s and '90s which could be erased and used for your own data. Many people never had to buy a diskette of their own even once, thanks to the mountain of them flowing through their mail slot courtesy of AOL.



* In the UK, Amazon offer a 30 day free trial of Amazon Prime. Became controversial when newspapers reported that people weren't being reminded their free trial was up; Amazon just started taking money if you didn't cancel.

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* In the UK, Amazon offer offers a 30 day free trial of Amazon Prime. Became This became controversial when newspapers reported that people weren't being reminded their free trial was up; Amazon just started taking money if you didn't cancel.



* Stan., Australia's own streming service, also offers a free 30 day trial.

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* Stan., Australia's own streming straeming service, also offers a free 30 day trial.
14th Apr '17 12:11:35 AM Arutema
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* ''Videogame/EVEOnline'' has a 14-day free trial. There are ways to get a 21-day trial, however.

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* ''Videogame/EVEOnline'' has a 14-day had varying lengths of free trial. There trial up until a 2016 update which allowed for indefinite trial accounts. Trial accounts under both systems are ways to get a 21-day trial, however.limited in which of the game's many ships they can fly.
29th Mar '17 4:30:20 AM C2
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* Netflix (at least in Canada and Australia. Pdobably most of the world) has a one-month free trial when you first sign up.

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* Netflix (at least in Canada and Australia. Pdobably most of the world) has a one-month free trial when you first sign up.
26th Feb '17 2:05:12 PM Madrugada
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Thirty days is common, but any length of time counts.

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Thirty days is common, as is 1 hour for casuals, but any length of time counts.
21st Feb '17 2:32:08 AM bjgouki
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* Netflix (at least in Canada) has a one-month free trial when you first sign up.

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* Netflix (at least in Canada) Canada and Australia. Pdobably most of the world) has a one-month free trial when you first sign up.up.
* Stan., Australia's own streming service, also offers a free 30 day trial.
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