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Discussion in 'macOS' started by constant L, Oct 16, 2007.
I am not sure if it is one or two...
You are entitled to install Leopard on one machine for each copy you purchase. Or, you can install on up to five machines for each "Family Pack" copy you purchase.
People on this board have told me it can only legally be installed on one computer unless you purchase a license, or family pack or something.
The Family Pack allows you five installs
You can only legally install it once.
Every time after that, it's illegal... but it works.
I just ordered the family pack with my iPhones rebates (2), I suspected that the single version would have installed on my three machines; but Apple is not Microsoft (inspite of rumors to the contrary), so I got the family pack. That way I will be able to sleep at night... lol.
Apple works on the honesty policy.
I can tell you that most people are not honest...
Not wanting to pay excessive rates for software that doeasn't work may be a good excuse to pirate windows software, but considering you really do get what you pay for with apple software and considering what a deal it really is you should seriously give your head a shake for trying to save a couple bucks when really you have saved countless hours maintaiing and fixing your system, the original price is less, and the pure enjoyment of something that has been refined and works as advertised.
I have 4 macs, i ordered the family pack upgrade!!