How Do I Transfer My H&R Block Software to Another Computer?

Denise Wilkinson

If you’re looking to transfer your H&R Block software to another computer, don’t worry, the process is fairly simple. Follow these easy steps to transfer your H&R Block software to a new computer quickly and efficiently.

Step 1: Deactivate Your License on the Old Computer

The first step in transferring your H&R Block software is deactivating your license on the old computer. To deactivate your license, open up the H&R Block software and go to the “Help” tab. From there, click on “Deactivate Product Key” and follow the prompts to deactivate your license.

Step 2: Uninstall H&R Block Software from Old Computer

Once you have deactivated your license on the old computer, it’s time to uninstall the software. To do this, go to the “Control Panel” on your old computer and select “Programs and Features.” Find H&R Block in the list of programs installed on your computer, right-click it, and select “Uninstall.”

Step 3: Install H&R Block Software on New Computer

Now that you have deactivated your license and uninstalled the software from your old computer, it’s time to install it on your new one. Insert the installation CD or download the software from H&R Block’s website onto your new computer. Follow the prompts to install it onto your new computer.

Step 4: Reactivate Your License on New Computer

Once you have installed the H&R Block software onto your new computer, open up the program and follow the prompts to activate it. Enter in your product key when prompted and follow any additional instructions.

Step 5: Transfer Your Tax Files

If you have already started working on tax files with H&R Block software on another device then these files need to be transferred to the new computer. There are several ways to transfer your tax files such as by using a USB drive, external hard drive or cloud storage service like OneDrive, Google Drive, DropBox etc.


Transferring your H&R Block software to another computer is not a difficult task. By following these simple steps, you can quickly and easily transfer your software and get back to filing your taxes in no time.

Remember to deactivate your license on the old computer before uninstalling and installing the software onto the new computer. Don’t forget to also transfer any tax files you may have been working on!