When does my product support expire?

Support expiration is based on your license terms. If you obtained a one-year license, your support period expires 1 year from the product registration date. To check the support expiration date of your registered products follow the steps below:

1. Logon to the Intel® Registration Center by entering your Login ID and Password in the Registered Users Login section of the web page. You will see a list of all registered products.

2. For each registered product, you will see the product name, component names, link to latest version available for download and posted date of the version available for download. [NOTE: Expired registrations are shown only if you check the "Show Expired Registrations" check box at the top of the page.]

3. Clicking on any of the product names link will display the product subscription history, showing the serial number and support status with license expiration date. The license expiration date is the support expiration date. Links to manage the license information and to renew your subscriptions are also shown.

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MrAnderson (Intel)'s picture

Yes, the software will continue to operate. You simply cannot upgrade to a newer release.

Inna S.'s picture

What happens to the license after the expiration date? Will the software still function and be usable?

Iñaki S.'s picture

Every time I read about license updates they mention renewal of the elegibility for support and upgrades, but not use. Am I correct to understand that leaving a license expire will bar the user from support and upgrades, but will still allow him/her to keep on using the compilers he/she already has?

anonymous's picture

help try'n to up date

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