Does this mean I have to purchase it to continue using it?
Published on March 1, 2012 By VistArtXPosed In Object Desktop

Today when I first booted up my computer, I got a message that Tiles expired.  I even paid $10 for additional features for a product that I thought was indefinite.  Does that mean i'll have to buy Tiles AND the features over again?  If so, Stardock's ripping me off.  Or do I just buy the program and all of my paid features will still be there?


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on Mar 01, 2012

Go here https://store.stardock.com/login.aspx?ReturnUrl=/myaccount/products and sign in. You'll see your registration next to Tiles. Copy to clipboard and then paste it in when you close and reopen Tiles.

 

on Mar 01, 2012

As did Andrew Breitbart.  Coincidence???

on Mar 01, 2012

It sounds like you were still using the beta.. Uninstall, reboot and install the latest and you should be ok.

on Mar 01, 2012

I re-downloaded Tiles and the problem got solved.  It retained my skins and everything.  Thank you for your help.

on Mar 02, 2012

Just as a reminder, here's how to activate your purchased features in Tiles:

http://forums.wincustomize.com/416962

on Mar 06, 2012

Just a note but for some strange reason this does not work in windows 8 consumer preview. It keeps telling me invalid registration.

However the Tiles app seems to work in it's "basic mode" fine.

 

on Mar 06, 2012

darekmeridian202
Just a note but for some strange reason this does not work in windows 8 consumer preview. It keeps telling me invalid registration.

However the Tiles app seems to work in it's "basic mode" fine.

Windows 8 is still too new of a thing, so I wouldn't count on our software to work properly on it.  Once Windows 8 gets closer to actually being finished, then expect our software to be updated properly.