The new way of buying software: What is ESD?
ESD means Electronic Software Distribution. E-commerce makes it
possible to buy all kinds of services and goods on the Internet.
But only three kinds of products can be actually delivered online:
software, music and books. The electronic distribution of music
and books is still quite restricted due to copyright and technological
reasons. Electronic Software Distribution, however, is growing steadily
and according to estimates is likely to account for as much as 10%
of all global software sales by the year 2002.
ESD allows you to purchase much the same content, quality and benefits
as with boxed software. Instead of receiving a CD you download the
software from a server, and then make your own backup copy, which
we highly recommend. Registration/serial numbers will be provided
when appropriate. McFunSoft ESD products include the manuals as
files with the downloadable version of our products.
Main advantages of ESD?
The main advantages of purchasing downloadable (ESD) software are
that it is convenient and saves time and money.
Four of these advantages of ESD over the traditional boxed software
Fast and Easy. You can buy, download and install new products
in minutes, right when and where you need them.
Always open. Global access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Lower Prices. In most cases the ESD version of McFunSoft
products cost less. This is because costs related to packaging,
distribution and storage are avoided. Also with an ESD version you
avoid any shipping/handling fees*. (*Shipping & Handing fees apply
to the Backup CD)
Friendly to the environment.
How to buy: Step by step guide
In reality there are only three steps during the purchase. We will
have detailed guide along with the purchase.
Here and try now.
Acceptable means of payment within the McFunSoft include: Visa,
MasterCard, American Express, JCB and Diners Club. Additionally,
our reliable partner - Regnow and Shareit also offer Bank/Wire Transfer,
Switch/Solo, fax, Check, Cash payment or the other pay option you
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