|D. J. Ballard of 23 Laurel Road, Honiton, Devon, EX14 2XN
|the programme together with the accompanying files
|the person or body in whose name the software is registered with the Author
|The User's Computer:
|any computer owned by the User, or a member of the User's family in the same household, and normally kept in the possession of the User, or at the User's residence
|A tower or mini-ring equipped with bells and ropes for full circle ringing with PC and sensors.
|The licence allows installation of the Software on the User's Computer.
It allows the use of the Software by the User and the User's family in the same household, plus group/tower use on the User's own computer.
|The licence also allows any version of Beltower previously supplied by the Author to be installed at any Tower Ring for use with those bells.
|If anyone else wants to install it they are welcome to buy their own.
|the Software shall remain the intellectual property of the Author.
|no-one shall distribute or copy the Software (except for personal use and backup) without the express authority of the Author.
|no-one, other than the Author, shall modify, adapt or reverse engineer the Software for any purpose whatsoever.
|the Author will accept no liability whatsoever for any loss arising either directly or indirectly from the use or supply of the Software or support.
It has been thoroughly tested on 32 and 64 bit Windows.
It would also run on an Apple Mac with Windows, using either Boot Camp (dual boot) or a Virtual Machine. It is known to run on MacOS Catalina with Parallels VM and Windows 10, but also XP or Win 7 on older Parallels versions and Mac OSs.
It is also known to run using Virtualbox on Linux Mint with Windows 7 and XP.
Beltower offers perfect striking, subject to the performance of your PC and the demands placed on it by your software.