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Upgrade using full version
If you purchace the full version of a product do you have to do a clean
install or does it give you the option to upgrade without loosing information?

Also, does it give you the option to uninstall and fall back on your
previous OS?
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Re: Upgrade using full version
Yes, a full version can do either a clean install or an in-place upgrade.

No, there is no roll-back.

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> If you purchace the full version of a product do you have to do a clean
> install or does it give you the option to upgrade without loosing
> information?
>
> Also, does it give you the option to uninstall and fall back on your
> previous OS?



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