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Can I install Windows Home Premium on more than 1 Computer





Possum
Hi

I just bought a copy of Windows Home Premium. Can I install this on more than one computer at home and pay just a little pit extra..

Thank you..
alex_cyber
I think YES if it official
anakin_skyrunner
Possum wrote:
Hi

I just bought a copy of Windows Home Premium. Can I install this on more than one computer at home and pay just a little pit extra..

Thank you..


I think this is only possible with the Windows Family Pack, where you buy 3 W7HomeP licenses at a discount price. So if you bought "a copy" you won't be able to activate your Windows more than once.
dantechen
do you have 1 lisence for 1 PC?you can install illegal windows.it's up to you
ProwerBot
Of course you can do that.

Doesn't mean it's allowed though =/
soljarag
I dont think windows will let you activate the same serial number twice.,.. you can try though
olek87
did someone figure it out allready? i also bought a license of win7 home premium with my netbook. it is possible to install it on another pc, but first i got xp on the netbook. id love to have home premium on the netbook too, but i dont want buy a new license wich costs more than 50...
have someone tried to install one license on 2 computers same time?
weableandbob
No (at least not legally), unless you have multiple licenses
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