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  1. I am using both Designer and Photo on my MacBook Pro. I am wondering if owners of the software can install them on more than one computer? Essentially to use as a backup when out of the office and on the road. I also have a MacMini mid-2010. I would be using it either on one or the other computer, but not at the same time. Thanks in advance. Scott Hughes
  2. (The FAQs text is out of date or it might have provided answers to these questions.) Is there a licence agreement on the Website? I didn't see one. If I purchase Affinity Photo, can I install it on two different computers, not used at the same time? For how long will free updates and upgrades be provided? Yes, it's cheaper to buy Affinity Photo than to subscribe to Adobe Photoshop CC for a year, but if users had to pay for say annual upgrades then the comparison changes. Rodney

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