The point that I was trying to make: is that I strongly dislike programs that nag me to register, especially those that are touted as free. I can understand a Trial Version doing that, as that is what you are getting, but a free version....no way!! If I want to register it, I will, but don't nag me about it. That rather turns me off to that program. There is another company that is bad about that, but I will not mention its name. Every time you turn around with their software, they are demanding that you "donate". That is a total turn off, as like I said above, if I like it I will register it, but do not demand that I do. I do not use their software anymore, either, because of the ridiculous nagging. And the tout some of their software as free, not trials.For the first year and a half that I used Sandboxie, I used the free version. The screen never bothered me but after a while, after I realized the value of Sandboxie, I had to have the license, not to get rid of the screen but to get every drop of juice that I could get out of it.
You could do with the free version most of the things that I can do with the paid version. It just wont be automatic but you can, learn how. Later, if you get to appreciate SBIE, you ll pay the money and it wont feel like nothing because you ll appreciate what you are getting.
I rather like Sandboxie, but if I get nagged constantly, then Sandboxie is in the trash.