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I have been using VS Express 2012 for almost a month and now it states that I must enter a product key to continue using it. To get that product key I am asked to register. Only after creating a Microsoft account (great, another account to keep track of) does it inform me that I must enter details about my company, its address, its employees, and my role in it.Is there a way for individuals or hobbyists to use Express or is it intended for businesses only? Is there any way to get a product key without entering fake business information (or is fake information the standard response to frustrating forms)?
I just downloaded the 2012 Express install ISO image. After install I got the message "This product will expire in 30 day(s). Registration is required for the continued use of Microsoft Visual Studio Express 2012 for Web."
I`ve been using ms visual studio 2012 express for windows desktop for like a month. But know it start asking for a product key. I do the same steps that i did when register it first time. I recieve the same product key that i`ve used for a first time. And it says me "invalid product key". I thought that express version is free to use with no trial period. So, whats wrong??
The 2013 versions are aimed at users of the latest Windows operating systems, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012. For users still running Windows XP or Windows Vista (not including Starter Editions) then Visual Studio Express 2010 will be needed. There are several different versions of VSE 2013 for programmers, which target different uses. The Visual Studio Express requirements vary depending upon which version is used. The versions are for Web, Windows 8 Apps, Windows Desktop or Windows Phone. To move beyond those types of programs the Professional version and upwards of Visual Studio would be required, and these are paid for products. Update: Information on the current Microsoft Visual Studio products is available from the Visual Studio website.
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