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My desktop machine is a dual boot, running Windows 8.1 and Fedora Linux. I am wondering if I can install the "digital download" version of Xplane 11 in both Windows and Linux? Or do I have to select the OS when downloading the product?

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answered by (19.3k points)
You can use one license to install on both OSes. You would only need to purchase an additional license if you want to network two machines together to run X-Plane at the same time.
commented by (10 points)
Thank you  J Roberts.

Please help me out with this one also:

So does it mean that i could install it on my home PC and when i move out i can install it on my laptop and take it along. At any given time X Plane would be active only on one machine - the PC or the laptop.
commented by (19.3k points)
That's correct.

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