This mean that some programs that get the date/time im very early stage, received the real current date/time, instead of the fake date/time of Run As Date.
Press the "Run" button to start the application with the specified date/time.
In versions prior to 1.03, Run As Date always waited until the kernel was fully loaded, and only then injected the desired date/time.
I get many email messages that say something like "I tried to extend the trial period of xyz software with Run As Date and it didn't work".
Running a software with different date/time can be used for many legitimate purposes and for these purposes Run As Date was created.
However, this mode can also cause troubles to some applications, especially if they were written in .