|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.