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I tried looking but couldn't find any help on this. Hence this new topic.


In my family some use windows and some Macs.

In the website it says:

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  • 100px_16_1_1_100px_Screen%20Shot%202017- Malwarebytes Premium

    1 Year Subscription, 4 Devices

    Operating system(s):Microsoft® Windows®, Mac OS®, Android™

 

Q1. If I should buy Malwarebytes for 4 - 5 devices can it be used on all systems?

Q2. Does it need to be installed on all computers at the same time?

Q3. Does each computer get a separate key and

Q4. ..is it sent by post or by email?

Q5. How do I disable auto renewal?

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36 minutes ago, Sam4u said:

If I should buy Malwarebytes for 4 - 5 devices can it be used on all systems?

Up to the number of licenses.

37 minutes ago, Sam4u said:

Does it need to be installed on all computers at the same time?

No, but the subscription time starts at the first activation.

38 minutes ago, Sam4u said:

Does each computer get a separate key

No, You get one key to use on the purchased number of devices.

38 minutes ago, Sam4u said:

is it sent by post or by email?

Email.

 

39 minutes ago, Sam4u said:

How do I disable auto renewal?

Contact the billing company shown on your receipt that is emailed to you.

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Thanks Porthos! Appreciate the feedback!

So to recapitulate, I get one key that I can use on the number of devices that I bought it for, be it windows or Mac. I guess my concern is that if the same key will work for windows and Macs.

Regarding the auto renewal. I feel that you are not aware of the complexity in disabling this feature. From what I read in the forum it seems to be quite a problem. This will be the deciding point for me, unfortunately!

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1 hour ago, Sam4u said:

I guess my concern is that if the same key will work for windows and Macs.

Yes, they will.

 

1 hour ago, Sam4u said:

I feel that you are not aware of the complexity in disabling this feature

All subscription software has auto-renewal on by default. 

1 hour ago, Sam4u said:

From what I read in the forum it seems to be quite a problem.

 

The problem is people do not like the fact that it does auto-renew.

You turn it off and then next year the cycle begins again.

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