When I click on it Basic, for the first time, I will briefly see the Lightroom 6 Develop options, but then it immediately switches to Lightroom 3 and, there is Recovery again.
This happens because the image has an older process version from LR3. Click the lightning icon below the histogram to update the image to the current process version (2012).
As for your laptop showing a trial, try to sign out, and sign back in.
Thank you, that worked. But how did it get an older process version? This was on the last day of vacation after importing multiple photos before this happened. I did change the import presets because I noticed not all the RAF files were being converted to DNG and the file sequencing was screwy.
If you imported these photos in LR3, they would have an old process version (2010).
When opening them in LR6, you can update them to the 2012 process version, but until you do so, the lightning icon will show, and the sliders will reflect the 2010 process version.
Updating the process version is recommended, you'll get more out of your raw files, especially better highlight recovery.
Your older images will have whatever PV you originally adjusted them in and are not be automatically updated to PV 2012. The reason for this is that there isn’t a 100% conversion between the older PV and PV2012 so updating the PV WILL change the look of the images and if you’re wanting them to be just how they were in the past, they need to stay in the old PV. If preserving the image look isn’t important then updating to the new PV 2012 will give you the latest adjustment possibilities.