- Nagware Origem: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. Nagware (também conhecido como begware, annoyware ou uma nagscreen) é uma modalidade de shareware onde o software fica lembrando (ou perturbando) o usuário para que ele registre sua cópia.
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Nagware (also known as begware, annoyware or a nagscreen) is a pejorative term for shareware that persistently reminds the user to purchase a license. It usually does this by popping up a message when the user starts the program, or intermittently while the user is using the application.
Agree. They're like the same thing.Attitude200018:59, 6 January 2006 (UTC)Yes B00P20:46, 16 January 2006 (UTC)Agree, with a redirect on begware to nagware.I agreeThey are essencetually the same thing. Merging them would be a good idea. Provided it is mentioned that nagware is also known as begware.
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Under the definition given in this article ("a type of shareware") - Microsoft's Windows Genuine Advantage program shouldn't be included because it "nags" users who are using pirated software, not those who have a shareware or "unregistered" version of Windows. Either the definition of "nagware" needs to be changed somewhat, the WGA section needs to be removed, or the WGA needs to be adjusted to emphasize that the concept is slightly different. Matt15:25, 29 May 2006 (UTC) 1. Go ahead and change it. :-) — Frecklefoot | Talk15:48, 29 May 2006 (UTC) 1. 1.1. I've removed it. Mo-Al01:53, 31 August 2006 (UTC)
Freeware can also be nagware. For example a free to use program which nags the user to upgrade to a paid version with more features, but NOT disable the program after a trail period. The developers develop a free and paid version side by side. Do note I am not talking about Crippleware. Just like Evrsoft First Page 2006 ? After a period, it keeps nagging users at application startup and closing, to entice them to buy the Professional version, wich comes with even more features. Evrsoft First Page 2006 was touted as being free, however is more like nagware.--Omega Said08:33, 12 December 2006 (UTC)
This is definitely not a neutralview. Sounds like an opinion. WEBURIEDOURSECRETSINTHEGARDEN21:03, 25 December 2007 (UTC)
Another fine example of nagware is Microsoft Windows (perhaps only XP), which asks the user (it also moves focus to the dialog window) to restart the computer every 10 minutes after updates were installed. Its purpose is not to make the person buy anything, but it is still an excellent example, because the dialog is obtrusive and appears again after clicking "later" and because a lot of people know it. I'm afraid of editing the article, though. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Peterfaj (talk • contribs) 10:33, 29 June 2011 (UTC) 1. If not for the reason of updating, the entire Windows 10 debacle is a sure-fire candidate for addition. How they're forcing this update on nearly every user is abhorrent. 2. I'm basing the addition of Windows 10 under 5 criteria: 2.1. Teamviewer is listed, setting precedent for individual software additions. 2.2. Windows is a household name, and as such has the notoriety and notability. 2.3. Windows Update is very naggy about updates, and will even t...
Nagware (también conocido como begware o annoyware) es un tipo de shareware en el cual el software le recuerda al usuario registrarse y pagarle al autor. Usualmente lo hace mostrando un mensaje al usuario al inicio del programa, o intermitentemente cuando se está usando el programa.
Noun. nagware ( uncountable ) ( computing, slang) Software that displays a message requesting that the user register it.
Nagware is meestal een vorm van shareware. Vaak wordt gebruikgemaakt van een pop-upvenster dat weggeklikt kan worden, waarbij soms een aantal seconden gewacht moet worden. Zie ook [ bewerken | brontekst bewerken ]