What is the difference between a family and single user pack?
On the Software's Purchase Page it shows you can get a Single-User Pack for $29 and a Family Pack for $49.. What's the difference?
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The single-user pack allows you to install Snow Leopard onto One (1) Apple-labeled computer.
The Family Pack is described by Apple as:
"The Family Pack Software License Agreement allows you to install and use one copy of the Apple software on up to a maximum of five (5) Apple-labeled computers at a time as long as those computers are located in the same household and used by persons who occupy that household. By “household” we mean a person or persons who share the same housing unit such as a home, apartment, mobile home, or condominium, including students who are primary residents of that household but reside at a separate on-campus location. This license does not extend to business or commercial users."
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What is the number of users on the family plan
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