- You can install LR 4 on the same old machine if you are installing Windows 10, there should not be an issue
- For the safer side make sure to go through this documentation.
thanks for the quick answer!
But that's just it - I don't want to install Windows 10 the normal way (where you essentially get to keep all your stuff in place), my PC has gotten so slow that I'd like to make a clean install and start from scratch (am not a computer geek, don't really speak the lingo, sorry ). In that case all of the previously installed programs are gone and have to be installed again.
And the thing is that I don't even have Lightroom on a second computer - I installed it once on a PC, I thought I would be using, but it didn't work out, so I wiped it again. So effectively I have Lightroom just once and not at all, if Adobe doesn't allow the re-installation on this PC after the new set up.
Try and install it, in any case if you face any issues while installing we are here to fix it, just make sure to post the issue over here.
So effectively I have Lightroom just once and not at all, if Adobe doesn't allow the re-installation on this PC after the new set up.
The limit of 2 active installations at any one time is not enforced for Lightroom 4. Lightroom 4 does not check to see if you have only 2 installations active. You can install it and use the serial number as many times as you need to.
Oh, great, thank you both - that's a relief!!!!
(Unfortunatly no kiss-blowing emoticon here - I so would have used it! )