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Adobe Photoshop Question: How many times can you install it into a different computer?

Asked by DarlingRhadamanthus (11273points) June 23rd, 2010

My computer saga continues. I had Adobe Photoshop loaded onto my laptop that just died. I am borrowing someone’s laptop until I get a new one. I need to do some graphics, but do not want to load Adobe onto this borrowed computer if it means I cannot load it onto my new one.

Someone told me that you can load it onto one laptop and one desktop computer and that was it. Is that true? Is it unlimited use once you purchase it, or?

Thank you!

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rpm_pseud0name's avatar

Any single user adobe product can be installed on 2 computers. A primary & secondary. But they cannot be running simultaneously. Using the internet, when you activate your product, it checks to see where else it has been activated. Looks like a third computer is a no go.

I would not install it on a borrowed laptop. Because that would use up your last activation.

DarlingRhadamanthus's avatar

@rpmpseudonym…...That’s exactly what I needed to know…thank you sooo much! Lurve coming… wishes!

shadowofdeath's avatar

ehmm, the copy i have is on at least 9 diff comps, but thenagain it is pirated so that may change things

jrpowell's avatar

Just grab the trial from Adobe’s website. It is good for 30 days without adding anything like a watermark to your graphic. It is a free download.

DarlingRhadamanthus's avatar

@shadowofdeath….......LOL! Bad, bad, bad…pirate! I live in the UK someone might come to my door and haul me off…and no more wordy Fluther responses from DR (which some may actually enjoy.)

@johnpowell…..I thought of that, and might do that…just in the interim ! Thanks…!

Lurve coming to both of you!

shadowofdeath's avatar

@DarlingRhadamanthus hehe yeah piracy is bad. but who would pay for something they can get for free?

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