This option allows you to install and access the software on a single computer.
This option allows you to install and access the software on a fixed number of computers using a single activation code. The software is activated using a license file, which supports offline activation of the software. Free, annual license extensions are required.
This option allows you to install and access the software on a fixed number of computers using a single activation code. The fixed number equals the number of licenses you purchase.
This option allows you to install the software on any computer with access to your school’s network. A License Service (server) distributes a fixed number of licenses to computers on the school network. Once a license is activated, the software can be used while connected to the network, or up to 30 days off-network. (Note: after 30 days, the computer must reconnect to the school’s network to continue use of the software.) Free annual license extensions are required.
How do I know which license version of the software is best for me?
If you only need one or two licenses of the software, the single-User license will be your least expensive option.
If you are purchasing three or more licenses of the software, the Volume or School-Managed Licenses will be your less expensive option, even with the five license minimum requirement.
If the computers do not have easy access to your school’s network, purchase the Volume or Single-User license types.
If the number of computers that need to have the software installed is more than the number of teachers using the software at any one time, the School-Managed license can be a less expensive option.
Minimum 5 licenses required for volume and school-managed licenses.
Volume and school-managed licenses are sent electronically from Texas Instruments. Email address required for purchase.
All prices are for U.S. educators.
TI-SmartView Emulator Software for TI-30X/TI-34 MultiView™ or TI-73 Explorer™