You cannot reinstall it when your trial runs out unless you register your copy (buy it). The registry/installation file can track how long you have used the product and whether or not your demo has expired.
Why dont you just buy it?? whats the big deal?? LOL
Why delete everything and have to keep re installing it? that doesnt sound very logical or professional? what happens if your client wants to hire you and you cant do the job because your trial flash won't install? LOL
You could install Deep Freeze on your computer then when you restart it after you have the trial version installed you can keep using the trial versions of software and you never have to buy them because all changes done to the hard drive (excluding an area you choose to be saveable) will undo when you restat the computer! But I stick with the real versions of software! I use Macromedia Flash MX...it's better then using trial software!
Yeah! One of my friends told me that too! *hint, hint, wink, wink, nudge, nudge* Don't you think reinstalling you WHOLE OS would be a pain unless you do a dual boot or tri boot, etc. then you can keep your main OS and just use a secondary or tertiary one for what one of my friends call "permanent trial versions of software" if you catch my drift!