Tools to Find and Change Your Windows and Microsoft Office Product Keys
By on March 19th, 2008

There are many a times when you may have misplaced your product keys for Softwares such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, Microsoft Office and so on, or may have bought a assembled PC where the vendor may have not given you your product key.

Instead of cursing any one of them you can make use of some real nice tools to find or change your Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office Product Keys, these softwares can easily help you find the product keys for any Microsoft softwares you may have installed on your system.

Why Should you need this software?

Well that’s a question many of you may ask but once you have lost a product key, you have effectively lost your license for the software. The software in itself will not be able to show you the product key you have used to register the software, so having a handy utility to retrieve those lost product keys are a must.

Also at times you may want to change the product key to use a new license you have just acquired, nevertheless these utilities allow you to both view and change your windows and office product keys.

Let us have a look at the numerous product key retrievers that are available to be used free of cost.

Windows and Office Product Key Finders

Magical Jelly Bean Keyfinder

This is one of the most popular softwares you can use to find and retrieve your Microsoft office or Windows product keys. It also allows you to easily change the product keys. The software works on Windows 95, 98, ME, NT4, 2000, XP, Server 2003, Windows Vista, Office 97, Office XP, and Office 2003.

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