RadarOpus 2.1 is the most secure Radar ever with new software licensing protection.

We constantly strive to make your life easier, but also to take the right measures in order to guarantee you and your data the maximum level of protection. From RadarOpus 2.1, both hardware and software license protection become available.

Software protection comes into RadarOpus with version 2.1 to answer the needs of the busy Homeopath who wants the freedom of working without a physical dongle. We are moving towards an I.T. era where Bluetooth and wireless become the preferred choice over cables and USB dongles.

As a result we are giving you more choice, more power, and more freedom to choose how you want to run your Homeopathic Practice!

The main differences between the physical Dongle and a “keyless” software protection are summarised below. For more details we’ve also made a simple pdf guide that you can download below.

Software License

  • No shipping required = faster delivery. Your alphanumeric key is provided after your payment and order is processed.
  • Your RadarOpus License is installed and encrypted directly onto your computer’s hard drive.
  • The license can be used on only one computer. Additional software license can be purchased at Euro 320 per license.
  • In case of computer loss or breakage, your license is lost; replacement Software License needs to be purchased: Euro 100.

Hardware USB Dongle

  • Your RadarOpus license is encrypted on the dongle, so you can move the dongle around to use RadarOpus on more than 1 computer.
  • The dongle is great for those who use RadarOpus on one computer at the office and another at home.
  • If you lose or break your dongle, your license is lost and you will need to purchase a new Dongle. Replacement price: Euro 150 excl shipping.
  • A dongle requires shipping. Shipping costs money and takes time. So opting for the dongle costs more and takes longer for you to get access to your program.

Get the detailed guide here!


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