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I get my new pc next week. I have the paid version of Malwarebytes. Because I download new versions from within the program itself, I don't have a complete version to install. There is a paid and a free version on the site now. Can I download the latest free version and use it to fill in my license key? :P

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Hi Masha -

Just remember that the license you were sent can ONLY be used on one computer -

You can transfer it to another computer if you Un/Reinstall a clean version of the program -

Then install it on the other computer - Just remember !! - Each license is only for One computer

Thank You -

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Hi Masha -

Just remember that the license you were sent can ONLY be used on one computer -

You can transfer it to another computer if you Un/Reinstall a clean version of the program -

Then install it on the other computer - Just remember !! - Each license is only for One computer

Thank You -

Thank you for your answer. I have a pc with windows vista and I'm going to clean it completely till I got the the original factory installation again. Then I'm going to install Windows 7 and all the other programs, Malwarebytes included. It's the same pc, I don't have a second one. So there will be no problem (I hope).

Best regards

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Thank you for your answer. I have a pc with windows vista and I'm going to clean it completely till I got the the original factory installation again. Then I'm going to install Windows 7 and all the other programs, Malwarebytes included. It's the same pc, I don't have a second one. So there will be no problem (I hope).

Best regards

The remark about the new pc was meant as "new after a repair". There were big troubles (blue screens all the time), specialliy with Vista. That's the reason why I'm going to install Windows 7.

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The remark about the new pc was meant as "new after a repair". There were big troubles (blue screens all the time), specialliy with Vista. That's the reason why I'm going to install Windows 7.

Just bear in mind Masha that if you use all the fancy AERO graphics, etc in the APPEARANCE AND PERSONALIZATION section, and don't have tons of memory, decent graphic's chip/card and a fast CPU(s), Win7 will slow down. I use the CLASSIC theme on my wife's Win7-64bit computer instead of the AERO theme and the difference in performance is VERY noticeable. :)

~Shy

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ShyWriter

Then there are those in the Old School that resist change.

Remember:

Change is inevitable except from a vending machine

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Just another thing to keep in mind. Doing a factory restore just for blue screens is kind of taking the long route. Instead, install Win 7 the Microsoft recommended way which is from windows itself. Just put in the CD, and you will get the prompt, "Do you want to install windows?" Answer yes, and then you will be taken through the rest of the install, and all of your files will be replaced with those belonging to windows 7. I installed windows 7 this way for a blue screen issue, and you want to know what the issue was? My ex-boyfriend forgot an important driver! LOL.

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