I need to update my Mac Mini

Mar 11, 2012
Melbourne - Australia
Thank you for the reply @tenplanescrashing!

There were no other computers running while I was trying to login via the Adobe software. What annoyed me the most, it didn't say there were was too many users, it just kept going back to a popup screen asking me to login.
Some software programs I've got and have used specify that one can use them on two machines -- just not at the same time. Usually that is not an issue for me, just have to remember not to decide to check something or do something on the other computer and inadvertently open the relevant app when I've already got it open and running on one computer.....
Feb 18, 2015
New York State
I believe that you can legally install an Adobe program on more than two computers, if you want to; but you simply have to "sign-out" (although not uninstall the software) from any machines over the two active machines which your licence includes.

So if you have four computers, just sign-out from the two which you are not actively using.

It'much better to download fresh copies of applications when you are adding them to new computers than to attempt to copy the software from the old machine.
I frequently uninstall Adobe applications before installing a new version and the built-in Uninstaller makes it a very easy surgical procedure.
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