To download a free copy of StackAnalyzer, fill out and sign the Evaluation License Agreement form (PDF) and email or fax it to us.
StackAnalyzer runs under 64-bit Windows and 64-bit Linux. The trial version is technically identical to the full commercial version in every respect, but your license file will expire after 30 days.
If you need StackAnalyzer for a currently-unsupported processor, compiler or operating system, or have other questions about the free trial, email our customer support.
There’s no need to figure out StackAnalyzer by yourself or read the user manual cover to cover. Your trial begins with a free interactive Web-based training. We use WebEx for sharing our desktop with you, and regular phone for the sound.
After just about 90 minutes, on a date and time of your own choosing, you’re all set to go. And it’s only then that your license file gets activated, so you still have a full 30 days left.
Feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions during your trial. You can even request additional WebEx sessions if you need help with setting up an analysis, writing a complex annotation, or investigating a tricky part of your code.
All commercial licenses also include 180 days of free support and updates. Major new releases are published twice a year, which means you’ll receive at least one update for free.
The pricing depends on your target processor, compiler(s), and the number of installations (node-locked) or concurrent users (floating). Optional extensions include Qualification Support Kits and the ValueAnalyzer add-on. Academic users get a 50% discount. You can also rent the tool or commission us with the analysis of your project.