Re: Is there a 3.01 student version?
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- Subject: [mg10746] Re: Is there a 3.01 student version?
- From: Sean Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 2 Feb 1998 00:44:42 -0500
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The student version is the same as the "full" version with the exception that you cannot place the software on more than one machine at a time. Wolfram makes sure you hold up your end of the bargain by making you email them to recieve a new password everytime your MATHID changes. Oh, did I forget to mention, your MATHID is generated by Mathematica using the serial number of your hard drive as a basis. Unfortunately, this means that everytime you reformat, you must obtain a new password. Sean Soupboy1 wrote: > >Hello. I have had student version of 3.01 for a few months > >now (Win95). I bought 3.00, but the program was always > >crashing my computer. So, I returned the program. > >Version 3.01 seems to be much more reliable, although > >not totally reliable. The fact that this version runs at > >all is the big advantage for me. > > What are the differences between the student versions, the teacher > versions, and the full versions of Mathematica? For some reason, I can > never access the Wolfram website (it just says "... contacted, waiting > for reply.").