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hi!  i have a macbook air but i am looking to swap to windows shortly - my question if i buy malwarebytes now and install on my macbook air, can i transfer the licence to windows when i get the new laptop?  THANKS :) 

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I've been told that new licenses can be transferred to Windows, Mac, or Android. Not sure whether your MBA would need to be decertified or not, but if you run into a problem when you do get your Windows Machine, file a help ticket to get instructions.

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great thanks so much - what is MBA please (sorry to sound dumb!) cheers

 

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alvarnell was just abbreviating "Macbook Air" as "MBA" and was just referring to the fact that you may need to deactivate Malwarebytes/remove Malwarebytes from your Macbook prior to installing and activating it on your Windows system once you're ready to transfer your license over.

You may also find the information in this support article to be useful to you.

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der!!!! sooo obvious now lol - thanks so much - the rest made sense and appreciate the article... cheers :)

 

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Hehe, no problem at all, we're glad we could help :)

If there's anything else you need please don't hesitate to let us know.

Thanks

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