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accidentally i set My.Setting in Visual Studio App Setting now i want to remove but failed i also delete it from setting section but still my changes in software not showing.i applied this setting..please help me out.

Private Sub Button2_Click(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles Button2.Click
        'My.Settings.TrialActive = True
        'My.Settings.StartDate = Date.Today
        'My.Settings.TrialUsed = False
        MsgBox("Trail Extended Successfully")
    End Sub
    Private Sub checkdate()
        Dim dt As Date = My.Settings.StartDate
        Dim days As Double = (Date.Now.AddDays(-1).Subtract(dt)).TotalDays
        If days <= 0 Then
            My.Settings.TrialActive = True
            'MsgBox("This Is Trail Version")
            My.Settings.TrialActive = False
            My.Settings.TrialUsed = True
            MsgBox("Your Registration hasbeen Expire!")

        End If

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Updated 2 days ago
phil.o 2 days ago
Since settings are stored in text files, there is a great chance that anyone who wants to bypass your licensing process can do it very easily.
Dave Kreskowiak 2 days ago
It's spelled "Trial", not "Trail".

Also, you're saving all of your licensing information in CLEAR TEXT, making it ridiculously easy for anyone to bypass your licensing.
Naqash Younis 2 days ago
where text file is Stored ? now i dont want to implement i just want to get it out.because still im making the software but just because of setting save not any even single changes update on my application

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Solution 1

If you planned to call checkdate() from Button2_click, then you forgot.
Naqash Younis 3 days ago
i removed all code of checkupdate and trail version etc also remove it from visual studio project app setting i just want to get it out form this bull sh*t problem

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