Thanks for your response; I understand. I was -and still am- NOT looking for LR mobile (CC). I just wanted LR6 -so that's what I purchased and paid for (bought from the official Adobe site). I do not need and am not looking for the additional features provided with LR mobile (CC). Why then is it still telling me that I have a trail version (in left-top corner, but also in Preferences) and is it counting down the days left? It appears as if Adobe can be cut me off from full use of LR anytime after the trail has ended. As is the purpose of trail versions. BUT I HAVE PAID for the product I wanted: LR6.
Let me try again,
LR mobile says trial, not your LR application, your LR will work fine as it is supposed to be, so d not worry about the trial message that you can see in the LR mobile panel, that will not effect your LR application, but just make sure that you have installed LR 6 but not LR CC.
The only features Lightroom 6 purchasers will not have access to are Lightroom mobile and Lightroom web. (This was also the case with the stand-alone version of Lightroom 5.)
Your Lightroom 6 will work indefinitely, forever and ever, regardless of the message you see (which you are misinterpreting).
The message refers ONLY to Lightroom Mobile, which EVERYONE (that includes you) has access to for 30 days when you first install Lightroom CC or Lightroom 6; and then you will not have access to Lightroom Mobile when the 30 days is expired.
If you don't want to see the message, you can turn off Lightroom Mobile so it no longer is active, and the message will go away. At the top left of the Lightroom window, at the nameplate, is a dropdown menu that allows you to pause the Synchronizing with Lightroom Mobile. Or just ignore the message.