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    Why only one main computer?

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      Why only one main computer?

      Why do they even have the main computer thing when only one computer can watch it at a time


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      Re: Why only one main computer?

      If you had a laptop and were working away, and your wife / husband / girlfriend had a main PC at home, then you could both watch it. I am pretty sure the agreement with the film / programme makers would exclusively state that it can only be watched on one PC (well installed on one main PC)

      Although if you watch it on a browser instead of downloading it and using the software, you should be able to use more than one PC
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