It’s mostly me then, as I’ve lived in the USA all my life and English is still hard for me to fully use. Then as now I’ve found I don’t mesh like gears do together in unison with other people in ideals and meanings - I guess I’m actually a couple clicks slower than most people but, my thoughts race and comes all to rapidly. So re-reading your words these comments are better understood by myself.
Activate, then block through GW itself is the route I’ll try. It’s what I want to block GW where it’s not in a need of network contact.
I’m a paid software user of GlassWire Elite license, so my paid activation long term I’ll see of problems in having to activate again and again I guess.
I really meant no disrespect to you or any non-English speaking people and as I have noted now it’s being of a long lived problem I have.
I can understand and wish you well, just maybe it’s me though…
Please don’t let me spend anymore of your time on this…
I would think the GlassWire installer could recognize it’s being installed over an already activated installed version and verify that license code, then omit that part of the process to either enter the code or continue as a free user.
That’s just me thinking out loud, but thank you for the offer.
No I don’t think I’ll mention it, as I believe I’ve posted enough there and do hope some I’ve given are worthy of GW’s consideration now or in the future. As I have a lifetime license of GW I’m not going anywhere.
I’m closing my part in this topic and do wish you goodwill, happiness and a great 2.0 release. Be Happy
Live well and long @Ken_GlassWire and long live GlassWire !