You can use an Annual Plan or Perpetual License on a second computer any time (Note: If you activated your license for offline use, you can use it only on one computer).
You can also unbind a license
In such cases, you may even use computers under different operating systems (Windows, Mac OS, and Linux).
To use a license on a second computer:
If you disabled showing the Start Page when using the trial version previously: Click Account next to in the title bar (or select Start Page from the Account drop-down list).
Use the same credentials as those when you created your Graebert Account.
The Customer Portal opens.
Note that another device (the current computer) has been added to your account. Click the new device name or the arrow next to it, to expand the information area for the device. In this area, you can unbind the license to move it to another computer (see below).
Note that the second device (the current computer) has been added under Devices and the count info is set to 2/2.
The installed software is now licensed and can be used as fully functional application.
To unbind a license and move it to another computer:
The device information expands.
Important: An Annual Plan or a Perpetual License is converted into a trial version. But if the license is not bound by two other devices, it is automatically reused as a full version on the device where you recently released the license and it is potentially blocked for other computers.
Typically you remove the device from the account if you do not want to use the application anymore on that device and plan to use it on a different computer.
Note: Removing a device includes unbinding the license on that device.
Note: Unbinding a license or removing a device does not uninstall the software from the device. It remains as a trial version.