Free novaPDF Lite Desktop 7!

novaPDF is a commercial PDF printer which allows you to turn any file which you can print into a PDF. There are three editions of novaPDF – Lite, Standard, and Professional. Each edition has a “desktop” and “server” version. This chart compares the differences in features between the editions:

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The freebie featured in this article is of novaPDF Lite Desktop (v7). If you want more detailed information on novaPDF, and would like to know what I think about it, feel free to read my full review on novaPDF Standard.

To get novaPDF Lite for free, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: v7.0 Build 322

Free updates available: Unspecified

Supported OS: Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista/Server 2008/Win7

Download size: 3.53 MB

  • Visit the promotion page and click on “Try now” to download novaPDF Lite:

  • Install novaPDF Lite.
  • After installation, the registration page will open in your default browser window. Register:

  • Check the inbox of the e-mail you used to register. There should be an e-mail from “novaPDF <info@novapdf.com>” with the subject of “novaPDF Lite registration”. In the e-mail you will find your registration information:

Copy the registration key and take note of the fact you must enter “Creativemark” as the registration name when registering the software.

  • To register novaPDF Lite, go to “Control Panel” -> “Devices and Printers” or “Printers and Fax”. Find “novaPDF Lite v7.0″ or “novaPDF Lite” depending on what you decided to name it during installation. Right click on it and select “Properties”, go to the “About” tab, click on “Register” and enter the registration information you received in the e-mail to register novaPDF Lite:

  • Enjoy!

If you have any trouble getting novaPDF Lite for free, post below and I will try to help.

Thanks Ozzie!

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5 comments

  1. Ryan

    Hi Ashraf,

    Thanks for the post. I registered it as per se but after checking the novaPDF properties it says “partial key” and only shows the last 16 keys. Is this ok? Will it later says that this license is valid for a short period of time.

  2. MikeR

    Thanks for the heads-up, Ashraf.

    I do wonder if we’re beginning to see a rearguard action being fought by some commercial software publishers against the high quality of freeware alternatives.

    As here: no reason for this developer to suddenly release a “Lite” version. And, TBH, not much point — on the face of it — for anyone to bother with, unless they’ve the time / inclination to run some detailed comparisons.

    Me, I’m happy with my fast freeware combination of Bullzip PDF Printer / Foxit Reader. And thanks to your efforts, there’s always eXPert PDF for more complicated tasks I occasionally undertake.

    * For reasons unknown, Bullzip rarely gets a mention anywhere, yet its speed and output quality are excellent. Freeware at its best — and not ‘LITE’, either.

  3. Ron

    This is a pretty nice PDF software, iirc. I’m more familiar with the Pro version, so I can’t speak much to the Lite. For myself, I settled on Nuance’s PDF Professional a couple of years ago. I still have version 5 and it works very well. Still, this is a nice offering. Thanks for the post.

  4. jumbi

    actually they give the same registration data whatever name or email you give (so you can use it on any number of computers without re-register), but thats acceptable as software houses got to gather some emails for their databases…