I’m using Sketchtup Make 2017 in Windows 10. I downloaded the program both to my desktop and laptop. I draw in my desktop and transfer the file to the laptop. I’m a hobby woodworker and take the laptop to my shop in order to see the exact measurements to cut the wood. I do not have an internet connection in the shop so the new web version won’t work for me.
Can I burn the program onto a disk so I can install it again if either computer should crash? Is this possible, and permitted? How do I do this? The disk would only be used as a back-up for the program in the event the download is discontinued.
If this is not permitted, can I purchase a back-up disk from Trimble?