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How to Find Product Key for Windows 8/7 from Registry

March 15, 2014 5:18 PM / Posted by to Product Key
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After bought Windows 8 or Windows 7, you will get the product key to continue your complete installation. At this time, your Windows 8/7 product key came with the email confirmation, retail package or on a sticker. But after installation, you may leave it behind your mind until you need it again to reinstall your Windows 8/7 system or for some other reasons.

Cannot remember where you put your product key away or didn’t have the consciousness to save it from the very beginning? Doesn’t matter, your product key is saved in Windows registry. But you cannot manually locate your Windows 8/7 product key in the Registry directly. Under such occasions, a professional Product Key finder program can do you a favor. Now I walk you through how to find product key for Windows 8/7 from registry using Asunsoft Product Key Geeker. It is really easy to use.

Here's How to Find Product Key for Windows 8/7 from Registry

Step One: Get Asunsoft Product Key Geeker on your computer from its official website and install it on your computer.

Step Two: Run the installed program and click Start Recovery button on its main interface.

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Step Three: Soon it will find out and list product keys and product IDs for all currently installed programs on your computer. Click Save to File button to save all them to your computer.


Attention: The trial version will show only five characters of the whole 25-characters product key. The full version will show completely for you.

Quick Check ProductID for Windows 8/7 from Registry

If you want to know your ProductID one day under certain circumstance, here provides you an easy and quick way.

1. Click Start button and select Run to open Run box. Or press Windows + R keys to open Run box.

2. Type “regedit” in the Run box and click OK button to open Windows Registry Editor.


3. Locate to “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\UserData” all the way in the Registry Editor and press Ctrl + F keys to locate “ProductID” key.


4. Right to ProductID, you can see a serial numbers and that is your ProductID you are finding.

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