Updating anydvd

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(Read the original post here.) This makes upgrading difficult as the original website no longer exists.

However, you can still upgrade to a new version of Any DVD that's friendly with Windows 10 — you're willing to pay a price.

In the explorer window that will open, browse to the location where you saved the license key file. You can burn our programs and the key files to a CD-R if you like. The trial period of 21 days does not start again when another version is installed.

Our programs consist of the downloadable setup file on our website and a registration key (a special Windows registration file) that will be sent to your email adress directly after the purchase. It also expires when the Windows date is changed to odd values.

Any DVD HD optionally disables RPC region codes, thereby making the movie region free and comfortably viewable on any DVD/Blu-ray player and with any DVD/Blu-ray playback software.

Any DVD HD is capable of disabling unwanted movie features such as forced subtitles, forced delays, and no-skip marks, giving you full control over your movie experience.

As Red Fox/Slysoft explain on its forum: If you purchased from Sly Soft, you can only use it with a version no higher than

The former employees of Slysoft, now together in an entity called Red Fox, have released a new version of Any DVD.

For existing Any DVD license owners the software will work as usual. This new version also introduces a new download page from which you can download not only Any DVD but also Clone BD, Clone CD, Clone DVD (Mobile) and Virtual Clone Drive.

In this way, it can decrypt data without actually saving it to your hard-disk.

You can watch the DVD at the same time or just insert a disk and let Any DVD HD do its stuff.

Thanks, Foreign Reader Dear FR, If you're using an older version of Any DVD, it may be incompatible with Window's latest operating system.

To compound the issue, Slysoft — the company behind And DVD — closed its doors at the beginning of the year due to "regulatory issues".

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