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If you've used a Windows product in the past two decades or more, you've likely encountered a Windows product key. You may have even found immense frustration as your product key and Windows didn't play ball. With that in mind, we thought it was high time to give you all chance to understand more about the 25 characters governing your system.

We've covered everything to do with Windows 10 licensing and activation, and it is now easier than ever to use your existing Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 license to secure your Windows 10 upgrade (until July 29, 2016). But what about all of your old licenses? Where are they? Where have they gone? And most importantly, are they actually of any use to you now?

The Ultimate Windows 10 Activation & License FAQ

One of the big confusions surrounding Windows 10 concerns its licensing and activation. This FAQ will shed some light, explain what has changed with Windows 10 version 1511 (Fall Update), and translate activation-related error codes.

Let's take a look at everything you need to know about Windows product keys.

In this article:Basic Terms | How to Find Your Windows Product Key | Windows 10 Activation | Digital Entitlement Pre July 29 | Digital Entitlement Post July 29 | Pre July 29 Free Upgrade to Windows 10 | July 29 Cutoff | How to Link Your Windows 10 License with Your Microsoft Account | Using Windows 10 Without a Product Key | Windows 10 Downgrade Rights | Changing or Uninstalling Your Windows Product Key | How to Find Your Microsoft Office Product Key | 4 Tools to Find Product Keys

Some Basic Terms

I'll repeatedly refer to some basic terms throughout this article, so it'll make all of our lives easier if I clarify exactly what I'm talking about, right now.

  • Product Key: Refers to the 25 alphanumeric characters required to activate a copy of Windows.
  • Retail License: A Windows license purchased in a retail environment, can be used to activate Windows multiple times on different systems (provided it is removed from the old system before installing on a new system).
  • OEM License: Original Equipment Manufacturer License. These licenses are provided to equipment manufacturers to include with their hardware sales. If you've purchased a new computer or laptop that came with a pre-installed version of Windows, it is highly likely to have been an OEM version. These licenses are not transferable between different machines, are directly linked to the hardware where first activated, and are often much cheaper than retail copies.
  • Volume License: Refers to licenses granted in bulk to a specific organization. They allow a single key to be used for multiple installations.
  • License Key: Interchangeable with product key. Can also be referred to as an Activation Key.

We've also included some handy "timeline reminders" for those wondering how long they have left to implement the free upgrade, and for those specific questions regarding product keys and the discontinuation of the upgrade path.

How to Find Your Windows Product Key

A big question to get us started. How do you find your Windows product key? If you head to Control Panel > System and Security > System underneath Windows Activation you'll spot your Product ID. In Windows 10, you'll also find the Product ID under Settings > System > About. This isn't the same as your Product Key. It is created during the installation process and is used to qualify your version of the operating system.

So where is it?

You can use the Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder to locate it. Download and install the application. When it opens, your Windows License Key will be displayed in the right hand panel next to CD Key.

As you can see from the screenshot above, I'm using Windows 10 Pro at the moment. Before any readers exclaim "You lunatic, don't display your product key to the world," this is actually a generic key assigned to all Windows 10 Pro users. If you're a Windows 10 Home user, your key will be TX9XD-98N7V-6WMQ6-BX7FG-H8Q99.

This is due to the Windows 10 upgrade and entitlement process, which I will explain in more detail in the next section.

If you're using an earlier version of Windows, Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder will display the product key you used during installation. For example, the below image shows the program working in Windows 7.

What's Up With Windows 10?

When Windows 10 was released a year ago, Microsoft attempted to make the upgrade process as easy as possible. Your product key wouldn't be needed in the process, as you'd be upgrading from a legitimately licensed version of Windows 7, 8, or 8.1.

As was typical for Windows 10, even the seemingly easy became confusing. Information surrounding the upgrade process was conflated between the countless media outlets attempting to assist millions of users, and many were left with more questions than solid answers.

Above, I've shown you the generic product keys issued to those users who upgraded to Windows 10. Now you may be wondering where your actual Windows product key has gone. After all, you paid for your Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 license all those years ago and, if it was a retail version, you might want to move your installation elsewhere.

Digital Entitlement Pre-July 29

The free Windows 10 upgrade process is called Digital Entitlement, and it links your Product Key to the hardware you're upgrading on. The installation process creates a unique installation ID for your system.

As such, the product key for your existing installation – Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 – is "absorbed" during the upgrade process. That doesn't mean it no longer exists, rather, it has been marked in the big Microsoft Windows 10 upgrade database as used. If you reinstall Windows 10, Microsoft will recognize your system hardware and validate the installation, provided you're not violating the rules of the licensing agreement.

Did you just ask "But what does that mean?"

It means license types remain the same. A retail license is still a retail license. An OEM license is still tied to a single machine. Volume licenses are still only assigned to massive organizations, and so on.

If you've upgraded, but forgotten or misplaced your original license key, or simply want to view the license key you upgraded with, you'll need to download ShowKeyPlus. The download link is at the very bottom of the linked page. Once downloaded, extract the files, and run ShowKeyPlus.exe.

As you can see from the below image, it very much shows your original key (hence why it is scribbled out!).

Got it? Write it down, and put it somewhere safe.

Digital Entitlement: Post-July 29

July 29 will see the end of the free upgrade path to Windows 10, but that doesn't mean Digital Entitlement will disappear. But you may well be wondering what will happen to your free version of Windows 10 if you upgrade your hardware. Here is the lowdown:

  • A Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 OEM license upgraded to Windows 10 will be linked to that system, and cannot be transferred, with no exceptions.
  • A Windows 7, 8, 8.1 retail license upgraded to Windows 10 will also be linked to that system, and you're unlikely to be able to move that Windows 10 product to a new device using the same Windows 7, 8, or 8.1 license.

It presents a difficult scenario. Those Windows 10 retail license holders (via the upgrade path) will assume their new product key is as easily transferable as older Windows licenses, but it doesn't appear to be the case. Microsoft hasn't targeted those installing and regularly moving operating systems with this upgrade. If this scenario, which is seeming more and more likely, is the absolute truth, there will be some very disgruntled individuals.

Microsoft has essentially traded a retail license for an OEM license. However, Section 4(b) of the Windows 10 End User License Agreement states:

If you acquired the software as stand-alone software (and also if you upgraded from software you acquired as stand-alone software), you may transfer the software to another device that belongs to you.

Which, to me, feels like a backdoor around their own licensing statements. Unfortunately, until July 29, we can only speculate.

Free Upgrade to Windows 10

Timeline: Complete before July 29

How to Use Your Old Windows Product Key With Windows 10

As of Windows 10 Version 1511, aka the November Update, it is possible to perform a clean installation on a new system using a product key for Windows 7, 8, or 8.1. You simply enter your product key during the installation process, and it will be automatically activated, provided it meets the terms of the licensing agreement.

But really, Windows 7 isn't that old, and is of course eligible for the now almost-expired free upgrade to Windows 10. However, those with really old licenses have no such luck. Windows XP and Vista users will have to purchase a new Windows 10 license if they wish to upgrade.

Alternatively, it is definitely cheaper to purchase a product key for Windows 7, 8, or 8.1, and then either follow the free upgrade path to Windows 10 or perform a clean installation, inserting the newly purchased key during the installation process.

Always Check…

If you purchased a system with a pre-installed version of Windows, check the underside of your laptop or side of the computer case. Your system should have shipped with a label detailing the version of Windows initially installed, and the product key to activate that copy. The inclusion of COA (Certificate of Authenticity) stickers started with Windows XP, and has been present with every version of Windows since that time.

In some cases, the COA sticker is required to confirm a legitimate license. If you have a pre-installed version of Windows, but change the casing of your computer (but not the system hardware), you will need to remove the sticker and either keep it safe, or reapply to the new case.

You Have an Extra Copy of Windows 7, 8, or 8.1...

…and nowhere to install it? Have no fear – you don't have to let that extra potential copy of Windows 10 go to waste.

You can create a virtual hard drive within your existing installation, be that Windows 7, 8, 8.1, or 10, and activate a copy of Windows 10 with an old product key. This will ensure Microsoft sees the product key as upgraded and activated when you make a clean install down the line.

Create Installation Media

First, we need to make some Windows 10 installation media. I'm not going to detail exactly how to do that here, because I've already written a guide on how to do that, as well as a list of software you can use to make the USB. However, please be sure to make an installation media that matches your existing license e.g. Windows 7 Home will activate Windows 10 Home, and so on.

Create a Virtual Hard Drive

Once that is done, open Computer Management. Windows 7 users can use the Start menu search bar, while Windows 8, 8.1, and 10 users can use the Windows + X shortcut, selecting Computer Management from the menu. Right-click Disk Management in the left-hand column, and select Create VHD.

Copy the setup in the image below:

You'll have to wait for the virtual hard drive to be created, but when finished, it should automatically appear at the bottom of your storage devices list, like so:

If not, right-click Disk Management again, this time selecting Attach VHD. Browse to the VHD we just created, and it should automatically mount for you.

Begin a New Windows 10 Installation

Insert the Windows 10 USB installation media you created earlier, and boot your system. Move through the standard language selection and license confirmation screens, until you get to the Where do you want to install Windows? screen. Press Shift + F10 to open a Command Prompt. Now type the following commands, in sequence, pressing Enter after each entry:

c:cd VHDdiskpartselect vdisk file=C:\VHD\win10.vhdattach vdisk

Now close the Command Prompt, and refresh the list of disks available for installation. Select the newly added disk, and ignore the message saying Windows cannot be installed on this drive. It can, and it will. Press Next.

You'll now have to wait for the operating system to install as normal, so you could be in for a little wait. When the time comes, enter your old Windows license key, and it should activate.

When you have a new system, you can easily transfer the product key to the new installation, safe in the knowledge you activated and secured the free upgrade to Windows 10.

The July 29 Cutoff

Microsoft has confirmed the cutoff date for the free Windows 10 upgrade path will be July 29, as was stated long before the release of the operating system.

The free upgrade offer to Windows 10 was a first for Microsoft, helping people upgrade faster than ever before. And time is running out. The free upgrade offer will end on July 29 and we want to make sure you don't miss out.

Like Microsoft, we want to make sure you don't miss out. Only those employed by Microsoft know what will happen after the July 29 cutoff point, but I imagine it will see the end of the free upgrade path.

It'll be interesting to see what happens with the barrage of recommended updates containing Windows 10 upgrade messages. Will there be a new update to remove the offending messages, or will they persist, only now with a "Purchase Now" button.

How to Link Your Windows 10 License to Your Microsoft Account

Timeline: Anytime

A Windows 10 Insider Preview released in June saw a licensing features designed to enable a direct link between a Microsoft account and a Windows 10 license key. This feature will be coming to all Windows 10 users in the upcoming Anniversary Update, Windows 10. But what does it actually change?

The Windows 10 activation process relies on a unique installation ID, created during installation and directly linked to the hardware on which Windows is installed. Now, this unique ID is linked to the system hardware – not a person. If you reinstall Windows 10 on the same system hardware, it should automatically activate.

Conversely, if you attempt to activate Windows 10 on a different system, activation will likely fail, even in cases where a retail key is in use. The link between Microsoft account and a Windows 10 product key is set to address. Changing your motherboard will result in a newly generated unique installation ID, and under the existing rules, you'd have had to pick up the phone and manually activate your version of Windows 10.

Making the Link

Please note this is only necessary if you're using a local account to sign into Windows 10. Those signing in with their Microsoft account will find their Windows 10 license automatically linked to their account.


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Best tools to restore your Windows 10 license key

These are some key features that Recover Keys brings to the table:

  • Scans your local computer for product keys
  • Scans for product keys on remote network PCs
  • Easily backs up your key
  • Both cloud and local databases
  • Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10. (32/64 bit system) compatibility 

Product Key Finder

Product Key Finder is a comprehensive app that can help you restore your license key. Ready to try it out?

If you just want a simple, straightforward program for restoring your license key, ProduKey is probably the best available solution.

This tiny tool allows you to check out the product key of any Microsoft Office program, Windows version, Exchange Server, and SQL Server installed on your computer.

As soon as you launch the program, it will list product keys of all your software, so all you need to do is to look for it.

ProduKey is developed by Nirsoft, a developer famous for its effective password recovery and security solutions. And they did a great job with ProduKey, as well.

This program comes as a portable application, so all you need to do is to download it, extract the ZIP file, and start looking for your license key.

Download ProduKey now

LicenseCrawler is another tiny, portable tool for checking license keys of Windows 10, its default apps and services, and every other third-party program installed on your computer.

This program scans your registry, in order to find all available license and product keys, and makes them visible to you.

The user interface of LicenseCrawler might be a little more complex than in some other license key recovery tools, but you should have absolutely no problems getting around.

Once you start the program, just click the Start Search button to start the registry scan, and once the scan is finished, all your product keys are going to be listed.

Product keys will be listed as registry entries, but once again, you should have no problems recognizing programs and services.

Download LicenseCrawler now

Belarc Advisor is a program for more advanced users, who don’t just to retrieve the license key.

This program builds up a profile of all software installed on your computer, along with network inventory, missing Microsoft hotfixes, antivirus status, and security benchmarks, for complete analysis.

Belarc Advisor has a more complex user interface than regular license key recovery tools, so you might look around a bit until you find your Windows 10‘s license key.

When you open this program, it runs a deep analysis of your system (which might take a while) and shows you all results on a webpage.

Belarc Advisor is available for free, so if you want to download this software and run a deep analysis of all your product keys and other info, you can do it now.

⇒ Download Belarc Advisor now

Although it sounds like a license key recovery tool for some older versions of Android, Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder is actually for Windows, and it runs pretty smoothly.

The program is as simple as it can get. It shows your Windows’ license key, along with a few more system information. No other Microsoft’s services, no third-party apps.

As soon as you open Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder, the key will show up, and that’s pretty much the whole philosophy of this simple tool.

We just have to warn you that this program brings some bloatware with itself. So, be careful when you’re installing Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder, and make sure you’ve unchecked all unwanted offers.

⇒ Download Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder now

SterJo Key Finder is another free tool that just shows your Windowsproduct key. It’s very fast, and simple to use. You just need to run it, and the license key will automatically show up.

In fact, the only major difference between SterJo Key Finder and Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder is in the looks.

So, if you’re looking for the simplest possible tool, to just show you your Windows license key, you can choose between these two programs.

SterJo Key Finder is available both as a portable app or as a regular installer, so you can choose which installation method is better for you.

⇒ Download SterJo Key Finder now

Softkey Revealer is a free software tool that allows you to collect license keys from various programs and features on your computer, including the system itself.

Besides Windows, Softkey Revealer also supports a huge variety of third-party apps.  Just like the majority of license key recovery software, Softkey Revealer is also very easy to use.

You just open the program, click Scan, and the list of all available licenses will show up. It also comes with a few additional options, like the ability to change the Windows key, but we don’t recommend playing with it.

Softkey Revealer is delivered as a portable tool, which you can enjoy for free.

⇒ Download Softkey Revealer now

Keyfinder Thing is among the most popular tools for recovering Windows license keys.

Of course, it supports Windows, but also up to 90 third-party software titles. It also features a list of supported programs, which you can check out in the program, by going to View > Software List.

There are a few more handy options, like the ability to copy a product key to the clipboard or save results from the File menu. All in all, the tool is very simple to use.

We have to warn you that Keyfinder Thing also comes with some bloatware, just like a few other tools from this list.

Download Keyfinder Thing now

ShowKey Plus is a free, portable, and very simple tool for finding and managing the product key of your operating system.

As soon as you open ShowKeyPlus, the program shows you the current version of Windows, along with the Product ID, and the license key.

This program also has some more options, like the ability to restore your license key from a backup, which is a nice touch. It also allows you to change your product key, but once again, it is not recommended.

⇒ Download ShowKeyPlus now

Product Key Finder supports more than 200 third party programs, along with the operating system, and some in-house features. It is very simple to use, but it doesn’t provide detailed info about programs, but only the license key.

Perhaps the best feature of Product Key Finder is that it allows you to backup all your product keys in a CSV file, so you can easily move them between computers.

However, there are a few reasons why this program is in the last place of our list. First of all, it only supports x32 versions of Windows, so not may users will be able to run it now. And secondly, it also comes with bloatware by default.

⇒ Download Product Key Finder now

This concludes our list of the best license key retrievers for Windows 10 (and other versions of the system).

You can choose between whichever of these keys, depending on what you need to do. They’re all free, and relatively easy to use.

Do you agree with our list? Or you have some options of your own? Well, tell us about that in the comments.

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in November 2019 and has been since revamped and updated in August 2020 for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness.

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20 Best Free Product Key Finder Programs

If you're preparing to reinstall a program or an operating system (like a clean install of Windows), you'll need to find your unique product key or serial number before continuing.

Normally this product key is located on the original install disc, or maybe in your order confirmation email. If you've lost your product key, you can often find it in the Windows Registry but this can be difficult, or sometimes even impossible, to do. Many free key finder programs are available to help.

Please read our Key Finder Programs FAQ for lots of helpful information. This isn't an easy topic, especially if you're new to it.

Below are the top 20 free key finder programs. There are also commercial alternatives but we recommend exhausting the options below before paying for one.

Belarc Advisor

  • Finds keys for newer versions of Windows

  • Also locates MS Office keys

  • Shows other information about your computer

  • Very small download size

  • Lets you copy information to the clipboard

  • Can't be used portably (you have to install it)

  • Finds product keys for programs like Internet Explorer, that don't use one.

Belarc Advisor is the standard when it comes to system information software. One small aspect of Belarc Advisor is its ability to extract product keys for many software programs, including the one for Windows.

Advantages include a display of information in your browser window, no adware or toolbars to worry about, and an extensive list of other important computer data.

Finds Keys for Operating Systems: Windows 10, Windows 8 & 8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2012/2008/2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows ME, Windows 98, and Windows 95.

Finds Keys for Other Software: Microsoft Office 2013, 2010, (plus all previous versions), Microsoft enterprise products, most programs from Adobe, Nero, Corel, and more, as well as keys for popular video games.

Try Belarc Advisor for your software and Windows key finding needs before any other program. It's likely to provide you with the best results.

Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder

  • Very simple interface that's easy to understand

  • Will find your Windows 10 key as well as keys for older OSs

  • The product keys are listed automatically so you don't have to click anything

  • Product keys can be saved to a file or copied to the clipboard

  • Includes advanced features like the option to view remote product keys

  • Doesn't find keys for newer MS Office programs

  • The program is sometimes identified as a virus in antivirus programs

  • Setup tries to install other, unrelated programs along with MJB Keyfinder

The Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder program is a free utility that retrieves product keys from the registry. It also finds product keys for Microsoft Office programs, along with product keys from many other non-Microsoft programs.

Advantages include very small size, ease of use, instant display of product keys, and multiple product key saving options.

Finds Keys for Operating Systems: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows 98, and Windows 95.

Finds Keys for Other Software: Microsoft Office 2007, Office 2003, Office XP, and several non-Microsoft programs.

The Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder website says that this free key finder will find your Office 2010 product key but in fact, it does not, at least as of v2.0.10.13.


  • Very easy to use

  • Finds keys for Windows and Microsoft Office

  • Works as a portable program

  • You can save the results or print them off

  • Lets you change product keys in some operating systems

  • Shows results instantly

  • Unable to locate the MS Office 2016 product key

  • Some of the advanced options might be confusing if you're new to key finders

The Winkeyfinder program is another free utility that retrieves product keys from the Windows registry.

Advantages include small program size, no installation required, and additional features such as the ability to change registered user information.

Finds Keys for Operating Systems: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, and Windows 98.

Finds Keys for Other Software: Microsoft Office 2013, 2010, 2007, 2003, XP, 2000 SP2, and 97.

Keyfinder Thing

  • Installs quickly

  • Provides a very minimal and easy-to-understand interface

  • Shows keys for Windows, MS Office, and other programs

  • You can export the keys to save them to a file

  • Shows a key for Windows 10 and 8 but it isn't correct

  • Setup might try to install an unnecessary program

  • Loads slower than other key finder programs

Keyfinder Thing is another free, easy to use utility that finds product keys and serial numbers hidden in the Windows registry.

Advantages include small program size, nothing to run, and support for a large list of non-Microsoft programs.

Finds Keys for Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows 2003 Server, Windows XP, Windows 2000, and Windows ME. 

Finds Keys for Other Software: Microsoft Office 2007, Office 2003, Office XP, Microsoft Money, Nero, Corel Suite, The Sims, and many more programs.

Keyfinder Thing doesn't find the right product keys for Windows 10, Windows 8, or Windows NT, even though one may show up in the results.

Product Key Finder

  • Finds keys for Windows 7 and older OSs

  • Uncluttered and minimal UI couldn't be easier to use

  • Lets you export the product keys to a file

  • You can also find keys from a registry file

  • Doesn't show Windows 10/8 product keys

  • Setup might attempt to install another program to your computer

  • Includes zero advanced features (which you may or may not want depending on what you plan to do)

The not-so-originally-named Product Key Finder tool is actually a pretty good key finder program.

After executing Product Key Finder, a simple window opens displaying your Windows product key along with other product keys and serial numbers that Product Key Finder can locate.

Finds Keys for Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 & 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98, and Windows NT.

Finds Keys for Other Software: Most Microsoft and Adobe applications, more than 200 in all according to the Product Key Finder website.

Product Key Finder doesn't find keys in Windows 8 or Windows 10.


  • Includes all the features you'd expect in a Microsoft-based key finder tool

  • Shows keys for Windows 10, MS Office, and other Microsoft programs

  • Can show keys from a registry file or remote computer

  • Lets you copy and export keys for backup

  • You don't have to install it (it's portable)

  • Unlike some key finder tools, you can't use this one to find product keys for non-Microsoft programs

  • Novice users can be easily confused because results include both a Product ID and a Product Key column

ProduKey is another completely free and easy to use key finder tool that performs advanced key finder tasks like loading product keys from remote registries.

Finds Keys for Operating Systems: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 2000.

Finds Keys for Other Software: Microsoft Office 2013, Office 2010, Office 2007, Office 2003, Exchange Server, and SQL Server.

Windows Product Key Finder Pro

  • Finds keys for Windows 7 and older Windows versions, plus MS Office

  • The program size is small, so it's quick to download

  • The software is fully portable, so no install is necessary

  • Keys display instantly without having to click any buttons

  • Product keys can be backed up to a file or printed

  • The application is very easy to use and read results from

  • Windows 10 and Windows 8 are supposedly supported, but it won't find keys for them

  • Hasn't been updated since 2013

  • Confusing download page

  • Only finds keys for Microsoft programs

  • Security software might falsely identify it as a threat

Gear Box's Windows Product Key Finder Pro is another fantastic utility that can find your Windows product keys. It can also find product keys for several Microsoft Office programs.

Advantages include a very small download size, the ability to run it from a flash drive or other portable device, no compressed files to extract, and nothing to run to display the keys. Windows Product Key Finder Pro instantly displays product keys and allows you to save or print them for safe keeping.

Finds Keys for Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, and Windows 2000.

Finds Keys for Other Software: Microsoft Office 2013, Office 2010, Office 2007, Office 2003, and Office XP.

It's said that both Windows 10 and Windows 8 are supported, but we were unable to find the product key when we tested v2.5.

Don't let the name fool you. The "Pro" in Windows Product Key Finder Pro is still free to use.


  • Locates product keys for Windows 7 and older versions of Windows

  • Finds the product keys quickly and automatically

  • Keys can be copied from the program

  • The program is portable

  • Supports OEM editing

  • Also functions as a system information tool

  • Might give false product keys for Windows 10 and Windows 8

  • Doesn't show keys for non-Microsoft applications

  • Each time the program is started, a web page opens

  • The program opens slower than similar key finder tools

WinGuggle is a very simple key finder program. WinGuggle easily finds product keys for popular Microsoft Windows operating systems and several Microsoft Office programs.

Major advantages include a quick download size, no installation required, access to a few advanced tools, and a very simple interface. WinGuggle instantly displays your Windows and Office product keys.

Finds Keys for Operating Systems: Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP.

Finds Keys for Other Software: Microsoft Office 2010, Office 2007, Office 2003, and Office XP.

Though WinGuggle supports Windows 8, Windows 10, and MS Office 2013, it did not find the correct keys when we tried it.

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