Some of these reasons overlap, but they\u2019re important to consider.\n1. One of the most common reasons to keep old software around is because it can\u2019t run on newer operating systems.Old operating systems (such as Windows XP) eventually reach an \u201cend-of-life\u201d status.You know, the one kept around because it\u2019s the only machine ancient enough to run that old, out-of-date-yet-deemed-vital bit of software that the company refuses to upgrade because it doesn\u2019t want to \u201cspend money needlessly.\u201d\n\n It’s a sense of dread and disdain that fills the inner reaches of your soul because you know your job was just made 10 times more difficult.
You know that if the boss would simply upgrade the software, your life would be a gazillion times better.\n Upgrading that old software could mean thousands of dollars for one license.
If you have multiple users, that number could quickly add up to tens of thousands of dollars.
Lightwright licenses are available exclusively from City Theatrical dealers worldwide.
Your local theatrical dealer is probably a City Theatrical dealer, so ask them first.
If you would like to see a complete list, visit of the information that you are required to provide on the upgrade registration form is your previous Lightwright serial number.
If you are not the legally registered licensee of the serial number you provide, you will not receive an approval code and you will will need to return the upgrade to the dealer where you bought it.
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It\u2019s a lot of money out of the IT budget to spend on a tool that you probably aren\u2019t using every day.