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I have installed VS2010 on a desktop and notebook. It would be helpful if I could also add it to my netbook. Not essential, but helpful. I can't seem to find a definitive answer on what the installation limit is. Can you tell me if it will activate on a 3rd computer?
Thanks. According to the folks at MSDN, VS2010 is licensed "per user" so it may be installed on any number of machines as long as it is used by only one person. In this regard, it is the same licensing model as applications such as UltraEdit.