Versora Progression Desktop 2.0 Progresses - page 2
Progression Desktop is designed to be a one-time use tool (why would you need to migrate from Windows to GNU/Linux more than once?), so it doesn't make a lot of sense to "upgrade" if you've already purchased and used a previous edition. If you need to migrate more than one machine, the Versora license agreement says that you must buy another copy of the software, though there is no "copy protection" code to enforce this. If you were left undecided or unconvinced by previous releases, however, then perhaps you'll be swayed by these new features in version 2.0:
- Command line programmability. This allows both the save and restore processes to be automated through shell or batch file scripting.
- Windows font support. You can now move your Windows font files from
- Internationalization support. Progression Desktop now displays in your local character set.
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