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Software for use on 1 PC only


jonem81

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I have just purchased a copy of Malwarebytes 'Protect and Remove' software. Unfortunately, I did not realise that it is for 1 PC only. I am not a business, but I have another PC linked by broadband at my home. Does it mean that I would need to buy another copy?

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woodchip

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Yes you are but most people do not, its up to you at the end of the day on what you do. if you are only using one computer at a time and using the program on that computer. I cannot see why not, other than they are greedy and want you to spend more money.

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northumbria61

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It is a Single Licence for 1 PC so yes you would have to purchase another licence. Whether you will have to pay the same price or at a slightly reduced price for a 2nd copy (if the company do that - some do and some don't) depends on the Software provider.

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jonem81

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Thanks, woodchip and northumbria61, jonem81

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Jock1e

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I would go with Woodchip and try it on both.It should work but you have nothing to loose trying it.

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