GEOSLOPE offers a comprehensive annual maintenance program for GeoStudio. We deliver feature updates in GeoStudio throughout the year, rather than producing a major release every few years. With the purchase of annual maintenance, you will receive new features sooner and continually remain current with the latest software.
On January 1st, 2021, GEOSLOPE implemented the following maintenance policy for GeoStudio perpetual licenses:
New perpetual licenses will require the purchase of one year of annual maintenance. This will ensure all new clients have access to the latest product releases and technical support. Subscription licenses include maintenance for the period the license is active.
Perpetual licenses with maintenance that expired more than two years ago can no longer be renewed. Once maintenance has been expired for more than two years, the license will no longer be eligible for upgrading and will remain in its existing version forever. Perpetual licenses with maintenance that expired less than two years ago can still update the license by paying lapsed maintenance fees.
GeoStudio 2012 was retired on December 31, 2020.
On December 31, 2020, all versions of GeoStudio 2012 reached end of life status. GEOSLOPE now considers GeoStudio 2012 a legacy version.
1. What happens when a GeoStudio version reaches end of life status?
2. Will my version of GeoStudio stop working?
3. I have a perpetual license, can I continue to use it after the software is retired?
4. I want to reinstall my legacy version of GeoStudio and continue using it. What do I need to do?