|18 Jan 2011||#3|
The answer is almost always yes, but it can vary in terms of the process. For some computers, that would be just fine to reinstall on a 4th computer, if one of the original three is no longer functioning or no longer has the software installed. Some software, like newer Adobe products, need to be deauthorized before being reinstalled on a new computer. So, since you know the application in question, do some quick research on their website.
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