A license key is a dataset that ensures access to a software product. This type of software security prevents software piracy. And enable organizations to protect their software from unauthorized copying or sharing by unauthorized users.
How does a software license key work?
A software license key (also known as a product key) ensures that your copy of the program is genuine. This is usually a unique number of numbers and letters and often requires online access or a "call home" to ensure that two similar product keys are not used simultaneously.
While we applaud this text-to-speech application for being freeware, it has too many shortcomings to put it on a recommended list. ReadPlease 2003 uses Microsoft speech engines to read text you choose. Yet to do so, you must cut and paste a body of text into the program’s main window, a step we found cumbersome. Customization features are very limited. You can choose only from four voices, and there is no option to adjust voice pitch, speed, or even pronunciation. Another handy feature we would like to see is the option to skip ahead in text while reading. And ReadPlease 2003 isn’t able to record files for later listening, either. Overall, despite its freeware status, ReadPlease 2003 doesn’t stand up to similar available reader programs.
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 1.1
ReadPlease 2003 is a text-to-speech application designed to give your computer a human-sounding voice so it can read arbitrary text to you, from Web pages, e-mail, or the Clipboard. Through file-type association, the program can read any text file or Rich Text Format file directly from the Internet.
How To Install?
Please always read the Readme file.
Please, no crack files are required, just install.
If there is an extracted file, place it in C/Program Files.
After installation to run the software.
Now enjoy the full version.