Just because you "own" a program doesn't give you the right to do whatever you please with it. Besides, you don't really own the program at all -- you simply have a license to run it on your machine. The program itself, the code that make up the program, and the media that the program came on still belong to the authors of the program, not you. At any point in time your license can be revoked for a number of reasons, and you would be forced to rid yourself of any copies (including the original install media) of the program. It's a poisonous way of thinking to believe that you "own" programs -- that's not how the laws in the United States work.tfucini said:not if you already own the previous version of the program.... ???
This simply is not true. There is no upgrade to DVD Studio ( the single program).DeltaMac said:...Or, you can purchase an upgrade to the universal version. In some cases, this upgrade will be free, otherwise a fee is charged.