Windows 10: SterJo Key Finder - Recovers keys for software and games
SterJo Key Finder - Recovers keys for software and games
SterJo Key Finder is small tool that can recover over 500+ product keys including Windows XP to Windows 10 and Office 2013.
Is also could recover WinZip, Nero, AutoCAD, CorelDraw, Camtasia Studio, VMware and lots of old Games
Another advantage of this tool is recovering keys even from unbootable Windows folder or drive.
More details about this software could be found at www.sterjosoft.com
On this website there are more than 20+ other freeware about recovering passwords, windows credentials, login details and etc.
Regarding Office ...
Since Office 2013, it's key is stored in encrypted format in tokens.dat (the licensing database of Windows)... no-one has yet been able to decrypt it, AFAIK.
What is being reported in this case...
is the default Office 2013 key as in this example from my installation.
The Product ID is the clue .. after the groupID (indicates the edition like Pro-Plus etc) - in this case (216-0 in the abbreviated format) there are zeros ( which means the KeyID is the first in the sequence) that indicates a default key, in most instances.
Thus I resorted to reporting the partial product key in WDT..
Can anybody recommend a Free Duplicate Pictures/Files finder for Windows.....?
I have read reviews for some products, but they all contradict each other, very confusing.
I would like to make function keys to mute, volume up, and volume down.
How can this be done?
Are there hot keys or shortcuts to do this?
Or is there software that can assign these to function keys?
Windows 10 - Product Key/code Finder for upgraded version
I have upgraded to Windows 10 from Widows 8.1 (pre-installed) , on my "ACER Aspire E1 472P- 6491" laptop by taking advantage of the free upgrade offer and successfully activated...
I am running Windows 10 with the Insider Program. It's the 64 bit version.
I have the latest (just checked) NVIDIA driver for my GTX 560 Ti.
In the last few days I've experienced a problem in which the graphics driver crashes and then...
Every time I put my computer to sleep for more than a few minutes, the display driver (nvidia gtx 770, 355.60 driver) crashes and recovers immediately. The gpu is not overclocked.