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Here at my office, many of us have been left alone to remain with our
good buddy, Windows XP.
But alas and much to my (and lots of other people's) dismay, the
powers-that-be are now bumping "up" everyone to Windows 7. (Because
of the nature of our work and deliverables, Windows 8 is not even a
At home, same story. That is, time to sorrowfully let go of Windows
XP and get Windows 7.
But how many installations of Windows 7 is one allowed per Windows 7
purchase? The reason for asking is that I've got two desktop
terminals and one laptop computer at home that require this
servicing, and all meet at least the minimum hardware requirements.
I know that Adobe allows two installations per license purchase, one
on an office platform and another on a home platform.
So what's the story?
-- Ken in Atlanta
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