itunes deactivation

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trying to manage iPad apps on my pc keep getting to many computers activated with my apple id i dont have the other pc s anymore how can i resolve this and thanks to everyone for helping me resolve my other problems I'm a mac rookie
 

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Simply de-authorize those computers that you no longer have. Apple only allows 5 computers on the same account. Do this:

Click the iTunes Store in iTunes, sign in to your Apple ID, click the name of your Apple ID, and select Account. From here, you can click the Deauthorize All button next to Computer Authorizations. This button will only appear if you have more than one computer authorized. After doing that, don't forget to authorize the computer(s) you want to use.
 
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Also, don't know for sure if this has changed, but they also only allowed the "Deauthorize All" to be used once in a 12 month period.
 

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