The «product key» concept has become usual for most of us. Typically, when you take a copy of some software, you dont own it, you just use it. What you own is a «product key» just several letters and numbers of the «personal key» generated for you by the vendor. Its an industry standard, and its almost fine, except of several questionable situations. What if youve lost your key information? The software is still installed and registered, but when you want to re-install it, you cant! Or, what if you want to re-sell the software you own? You can give your key to the buyer, but the key always includes your personal data in the encoded form! There are many cases, when you want MORE control over your product keys, and KDT Soft Recover Product Key gives you such solution!
The softwares interface is pretty straightforward; you just select which of your product keys you want to see/change, and the software does the rest. Several major products are currently supported: Windows itself, Microsoft Office, Norton Antivirus. The keys recovered by the software can be copied, exported, printed or changed with the same ease. The additional tab in the applications window allows you to change the «computer owner» information (normally you can set this information only during the Windows installation process). The program JUST WORKS.
KDT Recover Product Key 1.1.2 KDT Recover Product Key is an easy and effective way to recover and change a product key for Windows, Office and Norton Anti-Virus. The software also enables the user to modify
PKF Product Key Finder 1.2.8 PKF Product Key Finder is Windows application designed for finding product keys to over +4800 software programs: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Microsoft Office, Adobe CS6, CS5
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