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."I have an Adobe Acrobat XI Pro Student and Teacher Edition license. Now I'm going to change the program to a new computer. My question is how do I transfer my software from the old computer. Should I uninstall it from the old computer and then install to the new one? It doesn't help by copying and pasting. Is there an easy and fast way for me to move my Adobe Acrobat to a new computer."
Two Steps to Move Adobe Acrobat to a New Computer
We suppose that you want to move Adobe Acrobat to a new computer but puzzled about how to transfer Adobe product license to another computer. So before you move it to another computer, find Adobe Acrobat serial number first.
1 - Find Adobe Acrobat Serial Number
If you purchased the Adobe Acrobat from Adobe website, you can find it online.
- Access your Adobe ID account.
- Sign in with your Adobe ID and password.
- Select My Products and Services.
- Click the arrow next to Adobe Acrobat XI Pro/DC to view the serial number.
2 - Easily Migrate Adobe Acrobat to a New Computer
EaseUS Todo PCTrans Pro is an easy-to-use PC migration software. It takes all stuff to a new PC and gets it ready for use. This easy PC transfer tool safely migrates your existing files, file folders, programs, and account over to a new computer. In just one click, make your new PC loaded with everything you need. EaseUS Todo PCTrans can transfer applications or data in three ways:
|Transfer via Network Connection||Transfer via Image Files||Transfer between local disks|
|Connect two Windows laptops/PCs by the network, and move your files, apps & accounts off the old PC to a new one||Make images of files, folders, or software on the previous computer, and transfer to the next one. It also works as a backup||Migrate applications from one disk to another locally, and free up space to settle down low disk space issue|
Details to Transfer Adobe to a New Computer
Step 1. Connect two computers on the same LAN
Run EaseUS Todo PCTrans on both of your current computer and the other computer. On the source computer where Adobe is installed, navigate to the "PC to PC" mode, and then click "PC to PC".
Select "New" to transfer Adobe from remote old PC to current new PC.
Connect new computer to old PC, input account password, or verification code of the old PC.
Step 2. Choose Adobe to transfer
At the "Applications" category, find the Adobe programs that you're going to move.
Step 3. Transfer Adobe from PC to PC
Tick the checkbox of supported the Adobe program. and click "Transfer". Let the software accomplish the process.
Step 4. Activate the Adobe with product key
Turn to the Product Key main screen of EaseUS Todo PCTrans, click "Scan" to find and copy the product key.
After you have moved the Adobe program to the new computer, enter the license again and you can use it as usual.
About the Author
Tracy joined in EaseUS in 2013 and has been working with EaseUS content team for over 10 years. Being enthusiastic in computing and technology, she writes tech how-to articles and share technical solutions to resolve Windows & Mac data recovery, data backup, partition management, data transfer, Windows update issues, etc.
Brithny is a technology enthusiast, aiming to make readers' tech lives easy and enjoyable. She loves exploring new technologies and writing technical how-to tips. In her spare time, she loves sharing things about her favorite singer - Taylor Swift on her Facebook or Twitter.
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