I have a 4th PC so yesterday downloaded the trial version for Anywhere complete. I'm pretty sure I will end up buying a 5 user 2 year licence of the complete version to cover all my PCs.
I want to try the password protection on the trial version of complete so need to register. Should I register the trial code number for Anywhere complete and will it be easy to convert that to the full 5 user 2 year licence. Will it be a problem if I also register the current keycode that I have for the Essential 3 pc 3 year liscence that I currently have?
Also, as currently the offer for a 1 year licence gives an extra 3 months, will I get the extra 3 months if I buy a 2 year licence?
Best answer by JimM
I think you would want to specify to the sales department that you are already using a trial, and you'd like that trial upgraded to avoid any potential account issues. Otherwise, your account would need to be moved from the trial keycode to the new keycode by support. That's quick and easy, but again, it's even easier if you don't have to deal with it at all.
The answer to your other question is yes. A deep scan is very quick because it's only scanning things that are running or have some reasonable chance of running in the future. A full scan scans every last file on the hard drive with no regard to whether or not such files are likely to be threats or not and thus necessarily takes longer.
Regarding your question to Wes, the answer there is yes as well. The UK office should have no trouble facilitating the deal Wes suggested.