TurboActivate comes in 2 parts: the library and the wizard. The TurboActivate library must be included with your application to add trial support along with serial number and online activation protection to your app.
The TurboActivate wizard is completely optional but recommended. It adds a simple Windows 7 or Office 2010 looking activation wizard. Read more about using the TurboActivate wizard.
Use any programming language
You can integrate TurboActivate with any language and any program that runs on Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux. Here are some tutorials:
- Using TurboActivate with Adobe AIR
- Using TurboActivate with C#
- Using TurboActivate with C, C++, & Objective-C
- Using TurboActivate with Delphi
- Using TurboActivate with Java
- Using TurboActivate with Real Studio (Real Basic)
- Using TurboActivate with Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)
- Using TurboActivate with Visual Basic .NET
If you're making a Mac OS X or Linux app, you should also check out these articles:
You can also integrate TurboActivate within your installer:
- Using TurboActivate with Inno Setup
- Using TurboActivate with NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System)
Need to integrate TurboActivate with another language and you're not sure how? Ask us on the forum.
Requirements for TurboActivate
TurboActivate works on Windows XP through Windows 8, Mac OS X, and Linux:
- Windows XP
- Windows 2003 (and 2003 R2)
- Windows Vista
- Windows 2008 (and 2008 R2)
- Windows 7
- Windows 2012
- Windows 8
- Mac OS X 10.5 and above
There are no external dependencies. TurboActivate works on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows, on Mac OS X TurboActivate is a universal library (i.e. works with x86, x64, and PPC apps), and on Linux TurboActivate works with i386, amd64, and ARM apps.