Upgrade to Embird 2013 Embroidery Software
NEW MAIN PASSWORD
Upgrade from version 2010 and older (i.e. Embird 2010, 2008, 2006, 2004, 2003, Plus, 6.0) to Embird 2013 is a paid upgrade and a new main registration password is required. Otherwise, the new software runs only in demo mode.
The registration numbers for all plug-ins from previous Embird versions are valid in Embird 2013. However, the plug-ins are not functional until you insert the new main registration password.
In other words, if you are registered user of previous version of Embird (version 2012 or older), your plug-in registration numbers for Alphabets, Font Engine, Iconizer, Digitizing Studio, Sfumato Stitch and Cross Stitch will work also in Embird 2013. You only need to pay the upgrade fee for the basic Embird.
Upgrade from version 2012 to version 2013 is free of charge and new password is not needed.
Go to the Embird Registration page to pay for the upgrade to Embird 2013 from the version of Embird you currently own.
This is a short overview of installation. If you need more detailed quide, please read Installing Embird 2013 tutorial.
Follow these steps to install Embird 2013:
- Download required (32-bit or 64-bit) installation files for Embird 2013 and for plug-ins you need (new Studio, new Alphabets) from download site.
>If you are installing 32-bit Embird 2013 it is NECESSARY to uninstall previous version of Embird, e.g. Embird 2010.
>If you are installing 64-bitEmbird 2013 then you can leave Embird 2010 on your PC, it is not necessary to uninstall it.
>To uninstall older Embird, please use "Start > Programs > Embird > Uninstall Embird" menu. More information about un-installation is available in tutorial.
- If you have Windows 7 or Windows Vista, please read instructions in FAQ list before starting installation.
- Install Embird 2013 by running its installation file via "Start -> Run" menu.
- Install plug-ins (new Studio, Alphabets) by running their installation files via "Start -> Run" menu. More information is available in this tutorial.
See Free Videos by Carolyn Keber to find out what you have and how to register.