You may install software on up to two computers. These two computers can be Windows, Mac OS, or one each.
If you install on a third computer, it will request you to de-activate on the other two computers. You can then reactivate one of the previous two computers, and use Creative Cloud apps on it.
I would recommend you to first deactivate from one of the two computers and then install it on the new computer.
To deactivate please follow:
Open any Adobe CS6 application > Help Menu > Deactivate.
Yes, You are correct . With CC you just have to sign out to deactivate the applications.
You can follow this link to manage your CC applications easily :-
Hi Di Totto,
Welcome to Adobe Forum,
When you install it on the third computer or for the third time & when you to activate it, if it installed & activated already twice, there will be an option of deactivating it from the previous computers, please click on that.
Next it will allow you to activate on your new machine,
Now you can go back to your first computer, log out & log back in of Desktopp CC App, launch any product, if there is any product to buy, in that prompt there will be an option to " license the software", please click on that & sign in.
It will reactivate the CC on the first machine.
You have already deactivated it from one machine, hence you can activate it on third computer.