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  • .lic files at root of hard drive

    I have a bunch of AKVIS files at the root of my hard drive. They have names such as ArtSuite.lic. They are obviously license files. They are all dated Dec. 23, 2009.

    Does AKVIS still use this form of license file? May I delete these files? (I have updated all of my AKVIS software to the most recent versions).

    Thank you!
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