Lonnieg

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When I purchased Malwarebytes from Dell, I was told that I could use it on up to 5 computers.

What that a false statement? :):blink:

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Welcome to Malwarebytes! You can use the Free version on as many pc's as you want. The paid version gives you the same updates as the free program. The Paid version is real-time protection! Here's a link to the website: http://www.malwarebytes.org/

And a description of the Program: http://www.techspot.com/downloads/4716-mal...ti-malware.html

Please post back with any questions...regards...

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So how many computers can the paid version be installed on? I don't see that replied above.

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Hello Elliek:

Free version as many as you wish. Full/Pro one license only and only for one system. Hope this answers, please post back should you have any other question(s)

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Hello Elliek:

Free version as many as you wish. Full/Pro one license only and only for one system. Hope this answers, please post back should you have any other question(s)

Thanks for the reply. Makes it very expensive to buy for home use (more than one computer) so will keep with the free. But thanks so much for the prompt reply. I was about to purchase and would have been so disappointed to find I could only install on one.

Cheers!

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Look for discounts at Cnet Downloads, 10% for 1 program .... and Malwarebytes offers discounts at times.

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Hi Elliek

The full version is well worth the ONE TIME FEE.

It provides Website Blocking plus automated updates and scanning.

Key Features

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* Support for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, and 7 (32-bit and 64-bit).

* Light speed quick scanning.

* Ability to perform full scans for all drives.

* Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware protection module. (requires registration)

* Database updates released daily.

* Quarantine to hold threats and restore them at your convenience.

* Ignore list for both the scanner and Protection Module.

* Settings to enhance your Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware performance.

* A small list of extra utilities to help remove malware manually.

* Multi-lingual support.

* Works together with other anti-malware utilities.

* Command line support for quick scanning.

* Context menu integration to scan files on demand.

http://www.malwarebytes.org/mbam.php

If you take an infected system to a local PC repair shop to have malware removed it can cost anywhere from $50.00 to over $100.00.

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When I purchased Malwarebytes from Dell, I was told that I could use it on up to 5 computers.

What that a false statement? :):)

Hi Lonnieg and welcome to malwarebytes.:)

It depends. How many license did you by? Only one can be used per computer so if Dell told you that, I would ask for a refund as they weren't honest about it. Personally, I have been displeased with there support as they don't listen.

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Welcome to Malwarebytes! You can use the Free version on as many pc's as you want. The paid version gives you the same updates as the free program. The Paid version is real-time protection! Here's a link to the website: http://www.malwarebytes.org/

And a description of the Program: http://www.techspot.com/downloads/4716-mal...ti-malware.html

Please post back with any questions...regards...

Thanks much.

That's all that I needed for now.

:):):)

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Hi Lonnieg and welcome to malwarebytes.:)

It depends. How many license did you by? Only one can be used per computer so if Dell told you that, I would ask for a refund as they weren't honest about it. Personally, I have been displeased with there support as they don't listen.

Thanks Buttons,

Are you talking about, Dell not listning? WOW, I would have to agree with you 199.999% :) That's why I'm looking at going back to Apple PCs.

Thanks again for the info.

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Thanks Buttons,

Are you talking about, Dell not listning? WOW, I would have to agree with you 199.999% :) That's why I'm looking at going back to Apple PCs.

Thanks again for the info.

Apple is way better than Dell! :)

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