Microsoft reverses one-install of Office 2013 limitation

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  1. dragonbite

    dragonbite Well-Known Member

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    When Office 2013 came out, its license only allowed a user to install it on one machine. Ever. Even if you purchase a new machine, you would need to purchase a whole new Office as well.

    Microsoft has reversed this now so that it can be installed on a second machine without your first one being destroyed.

    Don't confuse this, though, with the subscription-based Office 365 Home Premium. That is the subject for another thread.

    more here ... Office 2013 Retail Copies Now Transferrable to Second PC
     

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