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Is Toast Titanium Now Freeware



Given that Toast Titanium 9 is now a legacy item, can I use it free of charge. I recently got a used iMac G5 on which the owner left a retail copy of Toast Titanium 9 which I want to install/use? I am currently using Toast Titanium 6 which I also got in a similar fashion. At that time, after calling Roxio tech support, they told me they were no longer supporting Toast 6 in any way, so by whatever means I was able to obtain a retail copy of Toast 6, I could use it free of charge, just taking my chances using it without any Roxio tech support. Are the same conditions applicable to Toast 9. Thanks.

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Any version of Toast requires a license and each license is restricted to one copy on one computer according to Roxio's end user license agreement. You have a copy of Toast that was not licensed by you so the question is whether the seller of the iMac intended to transfer the license to you.


If Toast was freeware you could freely share your copy with others. That is not at all the case. If there are two different people using the same license on two different Macs then that is a violation of the license agreement.

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