Discussion in 'Graphics Programs and Photo Gallery' started by tirediron, Aug 31, 2019.
If they aren't wanting you to pass it on then its not yet fully in marketing, its in product testing where it does actually benefit them having some limits on how many take part. That way they can test features, get feedback and go through it in finer detail than if it got released to the masses. Sometimes too much information and too many viewpoints all at once only confuses and complicates an issue.
Games do it all the time with limited access alpha's and betas though often they just put a charge on it as a the limiter; but some will limit it further. Again the tighter the limit the more they can drill down into the data even to an individual level.
Sometimes there can also be legal and distribution aspects to it as well.
Beta testing, now that makes more sense. One way to find the kinks in a programme
If this is beta software. Recommend that you back up Everything just in case your computer finds a clinch and crashes.
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