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Steam licenses vs regular license

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Dan crain
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Love the product. Use it in the house, and want to add it to another machine.

I've pretty confused over the Steam license. Do you need to have Steam running, as its my wifes machine, and she's not a gamer, nor do I care to have Steam on her machine other than to download the software.

Also, I see that there's a 4 pack on Steam, which I'd be more than willing to buy, but it would assume that you need steam on 4 machines. Is this with the same account, or different accounts? Pretty confusing.

I'm a home user, and we have a handful of machines in the house, so I have no issue buying more licenses, but I'n totally confused. It looks like the Professional Home license is the one I need, but I'd (of course) rather pay less money if possible.


Jul 12, 2013  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
DisplayFusion Pro on Steam only needs to be installed through the Steam client, and then after that, it will run without Steam. The 4-pack is for four different Steam accounts.

The Steam license is a single-user, multi-computer license, vs. the Personal Home, which is a multi-user, multi-computer license for one location (your house). So for your situation, the Personal Home license is the best one for you.

Hope that clears it up! Please let me know if you have any other questions.

Jul 13, 2013  • #2
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