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I have an old Vista computer with SiteBuilder Version 1 (built at 2014-09-09). I bought a new pc with Windows 10 and want to download a new SiteBuilder (don't want to use Plus). Is the new WebSiteBuilder the replacement for old SiteBuilder? My real question is can you have multiple pages open like the old one (with tabs) so you can copy/paste from one page to another? Thanks!
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HI Ann, you can download Sitebuilder to a windows 10 machine ( although there can be some hiccups and the yellow link at the top of this forum takes you through the most common). The NEW Websitebuilder is only available online if you account allows it. To check, you will see the Add new websitebuilder icon when you log into your Homestead account. As far as I am aware, the function to have multiple pages open in Websitebuilder is not an option.
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So I guess I confused Sitebuilder and Websitebuilder (I thought they were the same). So is Sitebuilder a newer desktop version of the one I use on Vista? And thank you...I will read the yellow link.
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Ann the two programs are different and there is no new desktop version. Both SiteBuilder Plus and the newest version, Websitebuilder are both online only.

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