Find answers to common questions about Dragonfly product licensing, such as the distinction between non-commercial and commercial users, trial version limitations, and maintenance plans.
Dragonfly is available free-of-charge for non-commercial users. These users are typically researchers working in not-for-profit organizations, academics, and students. Find out more about our Non-Commercial Licensing Program.
Commercial users pay a license fee, which helps us to continually improve Dragonfly and keep it free for non-commercial users. Contact us if you are not sure whether your anticipated use is commercial or non-commercial.
Trial versions provide access to all Dragonfly included features. A 30-day time limit starts at first launch.
Commercial users need to purchase a commercial license, while non-commercial users must request a non-commercial license to lift all restrictions from the software.
Yes. However, you must first uninstall the currently licensed version of Dragonfly. You will then be able to transfer your software license to a new computer.
Maintenance plans include free upgrades and updates, as well as technical support for the duration of the maintenance plan. Learn more about our Maintenance Plans.
Customers without a maintenance plan can get technical support by purchasing a single inquiry. However, there are many benefits to having a maintenance plan. Find out what's included in our Maintenance Plans.