I've downloaded Office Tabs Free Edition to try and so far, I quite like this concept of having tabs although I'll need to use it longer before knowing whether it's really useful or not.
However, every time I open Word, Excel or PowerPoint I get a pop up window encouraging the user to buy the program. It's easy enough to click 'Cancel' and then get on with what I want to do but it's a bit annoying.
Is there any way, short of buying it, to prevent this pop up appearing each time an MS Office program is opened, please? If not, I'm tempted to uninstal it which then means I don't give it a proper trial.
I appreciate programmers want their programs to sell but, when advertised as free for non-commercial use, I don't expect such a nuisance keep popping up ;)
Thanks to anyone who can suggest how to stop this but keep the program (without buying it)
Thanks, Chub-tor. I had hoped there was a way to fix it.
When advertised as 'Free for non-commercial use', I don't expect there to be such a push, or irritation, to buy it. I do appreciate programmers put a lot of work and skills into writing program but I don't like a sale being pushed.
Oh well, not to worry. I'll uninstall it. I did try finding something on Google but couldn't come up with anything but always good for a 'second opinion'. You probably used different keywords ;)
Thanks for checking it out, though. Very much appreciated.