“Microsoft has changed the license agreement for Office for Mac 2011, Office Home & Student 2013, Office Home & Business 2013 and Office Professional 2013 and standalone applications purchased through retail/resellers,” David Morgenstern reports for ZDNet.
“The company says the changes allow customers who have already purchased, or newly purchase, the WinOffice 2013 or MacOffice 2011 suites to transfer the software from one computer to another, effective immediately, says Microsoft,” Morgenstern reports. “For the last several months, users were previously able to install on one computer, but not transfer to another.”
Morgenstern reports, “Customers can now transfer their license and activate it on a new or different computer as many times as they want but not more than once every 90 days.”
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