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- You can install Cloud apps on as many supported, compatible computers as you like (what kind of notebook?)
- You can only activate the software on a maximum of two computers at the same time, and you can only use one of those activated installations at a time
- You can toggle activations on and off between computers at any time
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For example , if you had already activated CC subscription on 2 devices . And later ,if you need to activate CC apps on new Computer. In this case , you need to Sign out from any one of the 2 devices on which you had activated CC subscription earlier. So that you can activate on new device. There by maintaining Activation count 2.
Again , suppose you will no longer be using new devices, you need yo Sign out from the same , and Sign in back on devices from which you had Signed out earlier. Simple
Thanks for this. I was hoping it would be more like Microsoft Office subscriptions, but I guess not (they allow up to 5 computers and mobile devices at the same time). I'll just use Microsoft's PDF "Reflow" abilities for now.