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An adjective used to describe a software product which has been disabled by removing many of its functions. Such products are usually distributed free in order to tempt the user to buy the fully functioning version. Normally the products are just about viable but their continued use serves as a constant reminder of the missing functions.

Subjects: Computing.

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