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Do I get any concession to get TI 2016

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Beginner
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I on my home computer had TI 10 then 11 and 12 (I have licences I could see on my Acronis account) with Win 7.

I have upgraded my computer to Win 10 professional.

Do I have to purchase a full licence of TI to the same computer now runs on Win 10.

Thanking you

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#1

Unfortunately you will need to purchase either a full license or else an upgrade license (based on a qualifying older version you have).

See KB 63219: How to upgrade to Acronis True Image 2020 for more information.

Beginner
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Steve Smith wrote:

Unfortunately you will need to purchase either a full license or else an upgrade license (based on a qualifying older version you have).

See KB 63219: How to upgrade to Acronis True Image 2020 for more information.

Thank you..

A little cheaper then

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#3

If you are willing to wait a little longer, Acronis will be releasing the new ATI 2021 version in early autumn where if you buy ATI 2020 within 30 days beforehand you would qualify for a free upgrade.

You could also participate in the current ATI 2021 Beta program and take advantage of any discount offered to users when the program ends.

See https://www.acronis.com/en-us/personal/computer-backup/beta/

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Steve Smith wrote:

If you are willing to wait a little longer, Acronis will be releasing the new ATI 2021 version in early autumn where if you buy ATI 2020 within 30 days beforehand you would qualify for a free upgrade.

You could also participate in the current ATI 2021 Beta program and take advantage of any discount offered to users when the program ends.

See https://www.acronis.com/en-us/personal/computer-backup/beta/

 

That is a very good suggestion.

Thank you