Installation and activation are two separate things.
You can install the software on as many computers as you like.
However, you can activate (and therefore use the software) on up to a maximum of two computers simultaneously. But you can only use the software on one computer at a time.
Are you planning to purchase Photoshop and Illustrator separately as standalone software? or will you buy one of the Creative Suites?
However, you can activate (and therefore use the software) on up to a maximum of two computers simultaneously.
Thanks for the correction.
I'm not sure what package we would buy i'd have to look which would benifit us the most. There is 3-4 people who could use this software in the office, how would i go about everyone using it obviously it wouldnt be all on the same time all the time but their could be some overlap does this mean we would have to have 4 copies?
does this mean we would have to have 4 copies?
Trying to get the terminology right this time … It probably means you should purchase four licenses.
Yes. Licenses are personal. Four people means four licenses, regardless of whether they are used simultanously or not on how many computers.
The two-machine per license rule applies to a single user, so that he or she can have it installed at home or on a laptop, away from the office.
Thanks for the info guys and quick response.