The author behind the Durable Copy project is independent shareware developer, Alexander Kutin.
The author has been actively programming for more than 15 years. In the past, he has written programs for the ZX Spectrum, Atari, and all generations of personal computers with IBM compatible architecture and computers with the base of processors #8086.
The author´s expertise has been used by companies including Yota 4G, Yandex.Money (Paycash Technologies), BBC, Pension fund of Russian Federation, and Passport service of St Petersburg (Russia). This is in addition to software services rendered to various other small organizations.
The author chose program development for the shareware market as the most satisfactory for his motivation to help people to carry out computer work easier. People particularly seek solutions in the shareware market for achieving tasks they cannot with standard tools.
The author chose the "Try before buy" mode of distribution as the most flexible both for buyer and author. Most of the author´s programs can be used even after the expiry of the trial period, though with limited functionality.