ScarletFace for Trials will create trial versions of your applications and prevent abusive trial extension. Easy to configure, easy to use. SFFT will remain invisible to your user, while telling them the days or uses left, and informing your program whether the expiration period is on or over. If you wish, your program can also receive information about the reason to not let it run: the trial period has expired, the installation isn’t legit (the SFFT file or the system clock was manipulated, the program was reinstalled in another folder) or if there was some technical mishap and the configuration file is missing. All you’ll need to do in the initialization section of your application is launch SFFT and check on the presence or absence of a certain file. The SFFT trial version only limitation is that it doesn’t let you use the configuration file you create, but it provides you with a “dummy file” to use it with any program just to see how it functions. The SFFT package also includes a SFFT Configuration Files Reader so you’ll know which settings different files contain. The Help files include all the Windows API information you may need if you are a beginner and some code samples. The SFFT encoding is based on three different sets of installation data double checking. SFFT is simple and safe!